Unicolors' ultimate success in suing Urban Outfitters for copyright infringement hinged on one simple act: that Unicolors spent $55 to register its designs with the U.S Copyright Office.
The FTC recently issued a series of letters to Instagram influencers who do not adequately disclose their endorsements.
Arturo Di Modica claims "Fearless Girl," a new public art installation on Wall Street, is a derivative work of his "Charging Bull."
Art forgery remains a rampant issue within the art market and recent cases serve as a reminder of the need for highly technological tools to combat the practice.
FreeVintagePosters.com incorrectly says offering free downloads of posters online is a practice protected by the DMCA.
The Bauhaus movement revolutionized architecture and design, but its founder may have committed copyright infringement to keep its legacy alive.
On March 23, two members of the House Judiciary Committee introduced H.R. 1695, the Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act, which would change the way the head of the U.S. Copyright Office — the Register of Copyrights — is selected.
TeeChip is engaging in some dubious practices while shielding itself under the DMCA, yet their business still amounts to copyright infringement. Here's how artists can defend themselves against the scheme.
The reduction of H1B visa recipients may mean more companies will likely hire foreign independent contractors. We discuss tax and other financial considerations creative businesses need to make.
Fair use is a common art law issue that arises for artists. Here, we review the College Art Association's best practices guide for invoking the fair use doctrine.
Trump's H1B visa shakedown means you may need to hire a foreign creative as an independent contractor. Here's how to avoid any legal issues.
Street art remains controversial and the rights artists have over their works continues to be a messy subject but is it illegal?