Art Law by Ann Avery Andres, Esq.
(photo courtesy of Ann Andres)
Pornography at Your Local Library (4/18/01)
Artwork Affixed to Buildings or Realty (12/21/00)
New Law Being Made on Use of Images on the Internet (3/2/00)
T'is the Season to be Giving (12/20/99)
California Legal Requirements When Selling "Multiples" (9/4/99)
The Artist's Right to Share in the Resale of Art (6/15/99)
Reproduction Rights for Fine Art (4/99)
Ann Avery Andres practices law in Santa Ana, CA. She may be reached at 714.558.7775.
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