DOCTRINE OF “FAIR USE” OF FINE ART WORKS IN THE ANALYTICAL PRACTICE OF NORTH AMERICAN FORENSIC EXPERTS


  • M. M. Kalinichenko
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Abstract

The paper presents some of the main provisions of North American methods for examining the works of fine art as objects of intellectual property in the context of the legal doctrine of "fair use" on the basis of the resonant case "Patrick Carey versus Richard Prince". The emphasis is placed on practical significance of the considered scientific and methodological approaches for modern Ukrainian forensic experts. The critical analysis is given for some specific features of the North American methods, which are controversial among lawyers and experts of the United States of America.


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Published
2016-11-30
How to Cite
Kalinichenko, M. M. (2016). DOCTRINE OF “FAIR USE” OF FINE ART WORKS IN THE ANALYTICAL PRACTICE OF NORTH AMERICAN FORENSIC EXPERTS. Theory and Practice of Forensic Science and Criminalistics, 16, 350-356. https://doi.org/10.32353/khrife.2016.48
Section
FORENSIC EXAMINATION IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SPHERE