| Commentary

263 Arrangements between artists

| Commentary

263 Arrangements between artists

Although much of the case-law relating to artists has related to agreements with record companies, publishers and managers there have been a number of reported cases involving disputes between artists themselves1. Somewhat predictably, all these cases were about money and they centred around two different types of claim, the first type of claim being that of joint-authorship of copyright works, the second type being a claim in partnership. Where a work is produced by the collaboration of two or more authors in which the contribution of each author is not distinct, it is a work of

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