Living Gardens Can't Be Copyrighted Art: 7th Circ.
Such gardens are not copyrightable due to copyright’s requirements of expressive authorship and fixation, a three-judge panel ruled in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Tuesday.
Plaintiff Chapman Kelley built a massive flower presentation known as Wildflower Works in Grant Park in Chicago in 1984. By 2004, the...
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