May 23, 2013
State Law: Right of Publicity
Each state has its own definition of what constitutes a violation of the right of publicity. Choose from the list below to determine whether your state recognizes a legal claim for violation of the right of publicity, and, if so, how it defines the elements of and defenses to such a claim. (Note that the guide does not include every state at this time.)
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