About the Program:
In conjunction with the opening of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s 2016 Art Show, NJICLE is proud to present this cutting-edge seminar focusing on the artist-gallery-dealer relationship and cultural heritage.
Location: New Jersey Law Center, 1 Constitution Sq. New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM ET
3:00 Welcome - Susanne Peticolas, Esq.
3:05 What interests need to be protected? Understanding what you are protecting. Differences between an outright sale and consignment - David S. Gold, Esq.
3:25 How to protect copyright, trademark, right of publicity interests in contract provisions - Gary Lurie, Esq.
- Applicable contract provisions
3:45 The Artist/Gallery contract provisions - Jill A. Ellman, Esq.
- Essential terms of consignment agreements
- Fiduciary duties
- Right to reproduce artwork
- Pricing/Commission on sales
- Costs and expenses for storage, transportation, insurance, etc.
- Art shows
4:35 Commercial Leases for Galleries - Gary A. Laurie, Esq.
- Warranties and indemnification
- Tenant studio sub-leases
- Other Traps for the Unwary
4:55 What if gallery goes under - protecting the artist and artwork from claims by creditors - David S. Gold, Esq.
5:10 Works of cultural heritage - their vulnerabilities, protections and challenges - Cynthia M. Jacob, Esq
6:00 Program adjourn
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