Property, intangible

a blog about ownership of intellectual property rights and its licensing


  • A Garden is Not Copyrightable

    The Clannco Art+Law blog gives us a thorough summary of a Visual Artists Rights Act case out of the 7th Circuit. The court, clearly troubled by the fact that most everyone would consider the work in question a “garden,” held that the work was   neither “authored” nor “fixed” in the senses required for copyright. […] Continue reading