Read the full article in this month’s EmoryWire, where we feature insight from Lisa Moore, adjunct professor of law at Emory Law School and founder of The Moore Firm LLC, a boutique firm specializing in protecting clients’ creative rights. Here, just one point to consider, excerpted from the article:
“With the advent of the Internet, each and every medium through which content is created or disseminated has experienced a simultaneous renaissance and attendant struggle as the law valiantly, but often ineffectually, attempts to contain the explosive and uncontrollable expansion of the digital age,” writes Moore in her chapter “New Technology and the Market for Visual Art.” She notes, “New technology and the prevalence of online galleries and virtual art fairs have ushered in an era of unfettered access to the visual arts market previously out of reach to all but those inhabiting the upper echelons of society.”
To properly care for clients’ legal needs, Moore drafts comprehensive, customized agreements to protect these creative rights. Moore has been published in various prestigious treatises and journals.
Moore represents the intellectual property and work product of clients in connection with licensing agreements, gallery exhibits, consignment and commission agreements, and more. “THE SOURCE” by client Gail Foster.
Moore’s firm represents Jackson Fine Art, among other nationally renowned clients. Pictured here is
Puente de Bacunayagua, Via Blanca, 2012. Image courtesy of the artist and Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta. Image copyright Andrew Moore.
Andrew Moore. Mirador, Gibara, 2008. Image courtesy of the artist and Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta. Image copyright Andrew Moore.