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Court Of Justice Of The EU Rules On Copyright Implications Of Sampling In Music
On 29 July 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled on the copyright implications of sampling in music and established criteria as to when sampling falls within the scope of artistic freedom.
European Union
6 Sep 2019
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Logical? Logos Do Not Necessarily Enjoy Copyright Protection
The development of a company logo by a graphic designer took over a year.
Germany
26 Jul 2019
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German Federal Court Of Justice Confirms Copyright In Photographs Of Public Domain Paintings
On 20 December 2018, the German Federal Court of Justice confirmed that photographs of public domain paintings ‎are, in principle, protected by a copyright-related right in section 72 of the German Copyright Act (Case No. I ZR 104/17).
Germany
2 Apr 2019
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Wikimedia Loses Copyright Case Over Photographs Of Public Domain Paintings
In October 2015, the Reiss Engelhorn Museum filed a lawsuit in the Regional Court of Berlin against the Wikimedia Foundation and Wikimedia Germany.
Germany
11 Jul 2016
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Methinks Thou Doth Protest Too Much—Bavaria Scrambles Defensively After Revelation Of Looted Art Sales To Nazi Families
The revelation that Bavaria re-sold looted artworks to Nazi families while giving victims and their heirs the run-around for years has clearly touched a nerve at the Bavarian State Paintings Collection.
Germany
1 Jul 2016
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Opportunity Lost: Germany Enacts Revised Cultural Property Export Restrictions
On a historic day in the European Union, Germany quietly enacted the revised Cultural Property Protection Law (Kulturgutschutzgesetz) that has sparked much controversy in recent months.
Germany
27 Jun 2016
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Another Bombshell In Munich—Bavarian Government Sold Looted Art To Nazi Families
Works returned by Monuments Men to Bavaria for restitution to victims instead sold to Nazis' families.
Germany
27 Jun 2016
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German Federal Constitutional Court: The Use of Samples in Music May Justify Interference with Copyrights (and Copyright-Related Rights)
In 2013, several artists and music production companies filed a constitutional complaint with the German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht, BVerfG) against two Federal Court of Justice that held that the sampling of a two-second sequence of rhythms was not admissible under the German Copyright Act (UrhG).
Germany
8 Jun 2016
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Germany Extends Funding For Another Year To Establish Provenance Of Looted Art From Nazi Era
The Gurlitt task force appointed by Germany's culture minister had been established after the collection surfaced in 2013.
Germany
11 Mar 2016
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Widespread Criticism Continues From Historians Over Germany's And SPK's Revisionism Concerning Holocaust And Forced Sales Of Art
As Germany gets ready to host the First Conference of the German Centre for Cultural Property Losses next week, its policies are hurtling in the wrong direction.
Germany
20 Nov 2015
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Gurlitts Vermächtnis – Überlegungen Zum Umgang Mit NS-Raubkunst
Möglicherweise werden spätere Generationen Cornelius Gurlitt (1932-2014) dafür dankbar sein, dass er es war, dessen Sammlung fast 70 Jahre nach Kriegsende eine überfällige...
Germany
12 Sep 2014
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German Tax and Legal News
German Tax and Legal News from PwC.
Germany
27 Apr 2004
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