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Craig v. Princeton Enterprises, LLC

Craig v. Princeton Enterprises, LLC, No.2:16-cv-10027 (E.D. Mich. Filed January 5, 2016)


This case addressed the inherent conflict between artists who create public art and real estate developers. At issue was whether artist Katherine Craig was entitled, pursuant to her moral rights under the Visual Artists Rights Act (VARA) of 1990, to an injunction to prevent developers from destroying her most important work, The Illuminated Mural.

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