Fordham Law held its Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal Symposium on October 7, celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the event.
The symposium, titled “Duplicate, Decolonize, Destroy: Current Topics in Art and Cultural Heritage Law,” featured experts on art law from both the academic and practitioner side. The event was held as a hybrid program, with over 400 people registered to attend over Zoom.
During the all-day event, panels were presented on a number of topical subjects, including the question of fair use in the ongoing U.S. Supreme Court case Warhol v. Goldsmith, the role of museums in repatriating objects to their country of origin, and the destruction and theft of art and cultural heritage during wars and armed conflicts.
In the keynote address, Irina Tarsis, founder and managing director of the Center for Art Law, highlighted art law issues related to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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