“Leonard DuBoff and his co-author Christopher Perea are masters at demystifying the legal issues faced daily by art and craft galleries. From setting up a business to drafting and analyzing contracts, registering your work, the rights of marketing, sales, and much more, The Law (in Plain English)® for Galleries is an essential reference and should be on the desk of every art and craft gallery owner and manager.” —Les Zieba, manager, Addi Galleries, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Honolulu
“While gallery owners and staff are some of the most sophisticated and astute individuals in the world of the arts and crafts, we all need some legal and technical advice in order to conduct successful businesses. With colleague Christopher Perea, the widely recognized arts attorney Leonard DuBoff has produced such a book. The Law (in Plain English)® for Galleries is as essential a publication for gallery owners as any reference they might have about artists, exhibit spaces, or markets.” —Chet Orloff, director and president, Museum of the City, and manager, Pamplin International Collection of Art and History
“The ideal legal resource for every new and experienced art gallery and craft shop owner! From his extensive career as an expert art law attorney, Leonard DuBoff and his knowledgeable co-author, Christopher Perea, present an easy-to-understand, thorough yet concise, and extremely well-written treatment of the legal concerns art gallery and craft shop owners must know to operate with integrity and excellence. This book should be in every art gallery and craft shop owner’s library. Highly recommended!” —Carolyn Butters, president, Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon
“The Law (in Plain English)® for Galleries is a must-read for artists and galleries alike. The author, Leonard D. DuBoff, has represented galleries, craft shops, as well as the creative people whose work they handle, for decades. This book guides creative people as well as gallery and craft shop owners in navigating the legal aspects of the art industry, and in avoiding common pitfalls. I found it enlightening and very easy to read, and recommend it to everyone in the art and craft business.” —Caroline Young, world-class artist
“I have been working with artists for over twenty-five years now and I find this book to be a valuable source of information. Navigating the art world is not easy, and this book will help artists, publishers, and those wanting to understand copyright law.” —Ruth-Ann Thorn, Crown Thorn Publishing, Inc.