Copyright Law

Of Fair Use, Rastafarian Photos, and Rule 12(b)(6)

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Copyright Law columnists Robert W. Clarida and Robert J. Bernstein write: Appropriation artist Richard Prince is back in court this summer for alleged copyright infringement, and the initial proceedings do not augur well for his current efforts to defend his "recontextualizing" of another's photograph as a fair use.

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