C.Brancusi vs. United States Starting from December 2018 every now and then Ms.Kate Zilgalve will share an overview of legal cases – from more serious to even comic ones, that have changed the way how art and its connection with law is seen in court rooms. Kate starts this topic with one of her personal favorites–C.Brancusi vs. United States, that came to court on 1927 and came to a final judgment on 1928*
Artists on the Move: Revealing the Hidden Barriers in Tax Incentives Many artistic initiatives bump into bureaucratic or legal barriers impeding artists' access to tax incentives. Our returning author – Evelyse Carvalho Ribas – provides a comparative overview of the two of them, t.i. the personal criteria of nationality and status as a 'professional artist', from the perspective of different jurisdictions*
CROSS-BORDER CHARITABLE GIVING: Challenges and Considerations for Tax Incentives The article discusses the challenges and considerations for tax incentives of cross-border charitable giving, as well as barriers which might appear on the way of donors and donees. As per author "this article serves as a catalyst, setting the stage for subsequent articles that will propose innovative and forward-thinking legal solutions to overcome these barriers"