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The Structure of Intellectual Property Law

The Structure of Intellectual Property Law

Can One Size Fit All?

ATRIP Intellectual Property series

Edited by Annette Kur and Vytautas Mizaras

This well-researched and highly topical book analyses whether the ever-increasing degree of sophistication in intellectual property law necessarily leads to fragmentation and inconsistency, or whether the common principles informing the system are sustainable enough to offer a solid and resilient framework for legal development.

Chapter 12: Control of Museum Art Images: The Reach and Limits of Copyright and Licensing

Kenneth D. Crews and Melissa A. Brown

Subjects: law - academic, intellectual property law

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