Rome & Associates begins 2013 with a $1.3 million judgment. In a matter entitled Namecheap, Inc. v. Amecheap.com, et al., the attorneys at Rome & Associates initiated an action against 46 domain names infringing Namecheap’s marks, the registrants of the domain names and individuals monetizing said domains.
As published in ArtNet News, an $800,000 judgement was successfully issued against French art dealer Gailord Bovrisse over two fake Marc Chagall paintings he sold.
In the article, “Who owns rights to art when a manager-artist relationship ends?” published by the Daily Journal, Partner Eugene Rome discusses the symbiotic relationship between artists and their managers, and what happens when that relationship dissolves.
Who Owns The Rights To Artistic Works: Eugene Rome Authors Article In Intellectual Property Magazine
In the article “Framed and Hung,” published by Intellectual Property Magazine, Partner Eugene Rome discusses the partnerships between artists and galleries, and how knowledge of intellectual property principles are crucial to creating fair operating agreements.