Alexandra Darraby, author of the legal treatise Darraby on Art Law is a rated Super Lawyer. The former art gallery director, curator, and law professor is published in art, architecture, and legal media, and featured in interviews and comments in media including the NY Times, LA Times, Smithsonian Podcast, and NPR.
On-Demand: February 11, 2022
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This program describes critical developments in trademarks, branding in the sea change moment of cultural appropriation, and its impact on changing brands, images, trade dress in sports, fashion, art, theatre, games, statuary, architecture, merchandise, naming rights of private and public buildings, law schools, sculptures, and public places. The presentation includes trademark case law and potential impact of other federal laws, sports and museum organization policies, corporate sponsorship, and merchandising. Visual examples to illustrate points are part of live recording.
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Date / Time: February 11, 2022
Darraby on Art Law
25th Anniversary, 2021 Edition
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Alexandra Darraby | Principal, Art Law Firm
Alexandra Darraby, author of the legal treatise Darraby on Art Law is a rated Super Lawyer. The former art gallery director, curator, and law professor is published in art, architecture, and legal media, and featured in interviews and comments in media including the NY Times, LA Times, Smithsonian Podcast, and NPR. She is Chair of the International Division of the ABA Forum on Entertainment and Sports and has held leadership positions in the ABA. Thomson Reuters West released the 25th Anniversary Edition of her multivolume treatise in 2021.
I. What is cultural appropriation? | 12:00pm – 12:20pm
II. How does it impact trademarks, logos, naming rights, and brands? | 12:20pm – 12:40pm
III. Trademarks, differences between lawful marks, legal compliance, and corporate policies | 12:40pm – 1:00pm