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art and mediation

Art and mediation: what needs to be done to improve the security of art sales and transactions

There is much room for improvement in securing art sales and transactions, and mediation can do a lot to make this change happen. What is the state of play? What improvements do art buyers want to see in the future, to adequately resolve art disputes? As an art lawyer practising in the art law field more »

Brexit

How to protect your creative business when the UK will crash out of the EU on 30 March 2019 | Brexit status update

On 30 March 2019, the UK will crash out of the EU without a withdrawal deal in place, and without a request for an extension of the 2 years’ notification period of its decision to withdraw. No second referendum will be organised by the current UK government. Therefore, what’s in the cards, for the creative more »

Updates

Copyright & neighbouring rights updates on both sides of the pond: progress in sight for right owners | Entertainment law

Notable headway is being made, on both sides of the pond, to legislate for better protection and empowerment of right owners. While such parallel progresses, made in the European Union and the USA, do not relate to resolving the same business and legal issues pertaining to copyright and neighbouring rights, they are notable as they more »

Tribeca film festival

Annabelle Gauberti featured in documentary “The man who stole Banksy” | Tribeca Film Festival

Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of Crefovi, is featured in the upcoming documentary, written, directed and produced by Crefovi client Marco Proserpio, “The man who stole Banksy”.  The documentary will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival from 20 to 26 April 2018.   THE MAN WHO STOLE BANKSY – Trailer from Marco Proserpio. Synopsis: In 2007, more »

Netflix vertical integration

Netflix vertical integration strategy: I was right on the money | Entertainment law

Where does Netflix stand, in terms of expanding its business model, content and distribution channels, worldwide? Where is it heading towards, in the current content distribution ecosystem?  1. Netflix’s state of play in 2018 On 15 May 2015, during the “In conversation with Ted Sarandos” event at the Cannes Film Festival, I asked Netflix’s chief more »