By Liz Brown*

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By Esteban Donoso*

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An application of the formula and data described in Part II.B. of the paper may be found here.

By Eugene Volokh* and Mairead Dolan**

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By Lin Weeks*

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The Interview:

John Koegel & Barton Beebe

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John Koegel is an attorney and founder of the law firm The Koegel Group LLP. Since 1982 Mr. Koegel has specialized in Art Law, exclusively representing artists, galleries and others involved with visual art in most areas of the law. Mr. Koegel attended Fordham Law School and initially joined the law firm Rogers & Wells. After a two-year appointment as counsel to a national commission appointed by President Carter, Mr. Koegel served as General Counsel and Secretary at the Museum of Modern Art. Over the years Mr. Koegel has been actively involved in the development of intellectual property rights including the drafting of the Visual Arts Rights Act of 1990 and representing Jeff Koons in the landmark fair use cases Rogers v. Koons and Blanch v. Koons.

Barton Beebe is the John M. Desmarais Professor of Intellectual Property Law at NYU School of Law.