...25 million people in organizations such as hospitals, churches, trade organizations, charities, museums, historical societies, nursing homes and others. The measure gained widespread...
...of those causes of action is deemed abandoned (see e.g. Metropolitan Museum Historic Dist. Coalition v. De Montebello, 20 AD3d 28, 34 [1st...
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...CASESTheodore Grunewald and Patricia Nicholson, Plaintiffs, v. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas P. Campbell (Director and Chief Executive Officer), Emily...
Even if it was designed to resolve a spat between two strong-willed judges, breaking off the Northern District of New York from the state's first federal district in Manhattan in 1814 seems in retros
Michael D. Rips, special counsel at Steptoe & Johnson, analyzes a recent Second Circuit ruling that greatly broadens fair use protection for artists who employ an appropriationist method, and says th
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