If You Build It, I Can Copy It

, New York Law Journal

Howard Gotbetter, an intellectual property rights and litigation specialist, writes: "This is the Inaugural Season of the new Yankee Stadium, said to be one of the most expensive sports arenas, costing over $1 billion. The Yankee organization, to enhance the investment, has copyrighted and trademarked all aspects of the stadium to the extent permitted. Exclusive licenses have been issued to sell photographs and posters, baseball caps and clothing with the Yankee name, and other forms of Yankee merchandize. Does the organization have the right to control all reproductions of the new stadium?"

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