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Right to Repair Legislation: Momentum and Challenges Ahead

[ad_1] Right to repair bills have been gaining momentum. Consumers and independent third parties increasingly demand the right to self-repair. They want to be able to repair a wide range of products including electronics, farm equipment, medical devices, and motor vehicles. The right to repair refers to manufacturers providing third parties with the tools, parts, …

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Unroll the Scroll Painting: Inside the Chinese Art Market and Its Regulatory Landscape

[ad_1] When Christie’s Auction House first entered the secondary art market of mainland China in 2005, it licensed its brand to a local auction house and received a total of RMB 97,000,000 (roughly $12,100,000) for its inaugural sale.[1] With eight years of experience in this nascent market, Christie’s started its independent business by establishing a …

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High Court determines ownership of Damien Hirst painting fought over in family feud

[ad_1] A family dispute about the ownership of a Damien Hirst painting, ‘Beautiful tropical, jungle painting (with pink snot)’ bought for only £68,000 in 1998, has been decided in favor of Stewarts’ client, Robert Tibbles. Geoff Kertesz, Catriona Abraham and Francesca Bugg, who acted for Robert Tibbles in the case, examines the decision. Robert Tibbles …

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