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Roundtable: The Right of Publicity in New York, St. John’s University

An Academic Discussion of Policy Choices in Designing a Publicity/Privacy Rights Regime: Rothman, Buccafusco, & Tushnet The roundtable is on the proposed changes to NY's ROP, which are very extensive. [I didn't take notes early on, sorry, but Prof. Rothman discussed issues like transferability, postmortem rights/justifications thereof; Prof. Buccafusco worked through the statutory text and showed that the exception to the exception to the exception structure raised lots of questions such as the treatment of biopics] Bankruptcy: freely transferrable rights can be transferred involuntarily in bankruptcy.
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