Indiana CLE - Art Law Courses

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  • Hot Topics in Broadway Law: Attack of the Coronavirus

    The spread of COVID-19 impacted every industry across the country and the theater industry was in no way exempt. Long-running shows like Wicked and Hamilton closed and new productions were shut down before they could open creating a complex web of legal issues. This CLE course will present the various issues currently facing the theater industry including the role of unions, intellectual property protection, live-streaming performances, contractual obligations, refunds for cancellations, insur... More Info

    1.4General Credits
  • Hot Topics in Theater Law

    There’s more to Broadway than just lights, camera, action. The legal issues involved in producing a Broadway show and the responsibility of a theater attorney as production counsel are myriad and complex. This CLE course will explain the legal issues involved in producing a multi-million dollar spectacle including how to deal with Broadway’s union and trade association, the role of the general manager, production entity formation, underlying rights and applicable contracts for creative staff.... More Info

    1.4General Credits
  • Managing and Valuing Tangible Personal Property in Estates

    This CLE course will provide a comprehensive overview of the management and valuation of tangible personal property in trusts and estates. The course will define the scope of what property entails and explain how appraisals are conducted and their purposes, factors affecting valuation, authenticity, title, provenance and material regulation, determining qualified appraisers including those approved by IRS standards, the function of IRS Art Advisory Panels, and fractional interest. The course w... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Estate Planning and Charitable Giving after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    The new tax laws will not be kind to charitable giving, and the impact on donations may be severe. This CLE course, designed, for donors, planners and fundraisers, will explain the Tax Cut Jobs Act and its impact on charitable giving. The course will review strategies for all tiers of donors to maintain their giving level and how development managers should reframe their requests in light of the new laws. The course will review: • Bunching deductions • IRA distributions for giving... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Legal Issues in Art Collecting: Practical Planning for Art Collectors & Their Advisors

    Art collections are not like other assets. Built upon personal vision, creativity and passion, they are difficult to evaluate, and even harder to incorporate into a comprehensive tax and financial plan. Whether you are a collector or an advisor, this CLE course will provide you with best practices to determine the ideal disposition of a collection. The course will review outcomes of buying, selling and donating collections both before and after death as well as practical considerations in collec... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Hot Topics in Copyright Law

    A star-studded presentation by Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz’s litigation group, this CLE course will tell you everything you need to know about the current state of copyright law. The course will include recent developments in issues involving copyright ownership of media materials and how to defend small copyright claims. The course will take up the question of ownership of graffiti and street art, cheerleader designs, recent cases impacting copyright safe harbor and even a special presentatio... More Info

    3Total Credits
    1 Ethics
  • Legal Issues Relating to the Purchase and Sale of Art

    The purchase of artwork has its own set of legal requirements and may be far more complex than a novice would suspect. This CLE course will explain the process and requirements for purchasing a piece of art including conditions inspections, proof of provenance, and UCC-1 filing. The course will explain contractual issues and debtor liens as they relate to artwork purchases and review the differentiation between sales and consignments, how to conduct proper due diligence and protect against or fi... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Introduction to Art Law

    The growing legal complexities surrounding all fields and industries has led to entire bodies of laws that refer to one specific area. One of these is Art Law, a body of law that refers to the complex system governing the creation, ownership and sale of art. Art Law covers a variety of disciplines and applies to everyone from artists, sellers, donors and non-profit organizations to private collectors, museums and galleries. This CLE course will review the legal fundamentals underlying the indust... More Info

    1.3General Credits
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