By Lawrence Weinstein and John Browning on Posted in Lanham Act
Art is no stranger to great controversy, although the arbiters of art world disputes are usually critics and artists rather than federal judges. Nevertheless, in early March, Judge Denise Cote of the Southern District of New York was faced with a complaint accusing the Keith Haring Foundation of a range of violations – including antitrust, … Continue Reading
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