In the current issue (here) of the Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts (Volume 42, No. 3 (2019)), a cavalcade of professors and attorneys discuss the right of publicity from most every angle one can imagine. Enjoy!
- Jennifer E. Rothman, The Right of Publicity’s Intellectual Property Turn
- Stacey Dogan, Stirring the Pot: A Response to Rothman’s Right of Publicity
- Mark Roesler, Term, Breadth, and Waivability
- Jeremy Sheff, Scope and Justification of the Right of Publicity
- Mark P. McKenna, Remarks on the Right of Publicity: Theory and Scope
- Ben Sheffner, Why Movie Studios Care About Right of Publicity
- Sarah “Alex” Howes, Digital Replicas, Performers’ Livelihoods, and Sex Scenes: Likeness Rights for the 21st Century
- Jessica Silbey, Control over Contemporary Photography: A Tangle of Copyright, Right of Publicity, and the First Amendment
- David G. Post, Territoriality, Jurisdiction, and the Right(s) of Publicity
- Frederick J. Sperling, Protecting the Rights of Publicity of Michael Jordan, Pele, and Muhammad Ali
- Danielle Keats Citron, The Roots of Sexual Privacy: Warren and Brandeis & the Privacy of Intimate Life
- Barton Beebe, What Trademark Law Is Learning from the Right of Publicity
- Mitchell M. Gans, Publicity Rights and the Estate Tax
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Text Copyright John L. Welch 2019.