Ernest Hemingway and the Trademark Law Research Paper by The Research Group

Ernest Hemingway and the Trademark Law
An overview of the relevant law and an analysis of the legalities of tbe use of Hemingway's name, legacy and image by Key West businesses, including "Sloppy Joe's International" and the Hemingway Festival.
# 14541 | 5,400 words | 12 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jul 19, 2003 in Law (Company) , Literature (American)


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An overview of the relevant law and an analysis of the legalities of tbe use of Hemingway's name, legacy and image by Key West businesses, including "Sloppy Joe's International" and the Hemingway Festival.

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"Hemingway Days In Key West Florida: Publicity Rights under Law

Background
Over one hundred years ago, Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis wrote a law review article in favor of a right to privacy (Warren and Brandeis, The Right to Privacy, 4 Harv. L. Rev. 193: 1890). After the New York Court of Appeals refused to recognize such right under the common law, Robertson v. Rochester Folding Box Co., 171 N.Y. 538, 64 N.E. 442 (1902) (unauthorized use of a young woman's photograph in advertisements for bags of flour), the New York State legislature enacted a statute in 1903 which prohibits use of a person's name, portrait or picture for advertising purposes or purpose of trade without the person's written consent (N.Y.C ..."

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