Right of Publicity in Israeli Law
On August 28, 2016, the Israeli District Court of the Central District issued a decision regarding the right of publicity under Israeli Law (In re Fundacio Gala Salvador Dali v. V.S Marketing (Israel 2005) Ltd.). The right of publicity is the right of a person to financially exploit his name, picture or voice. This decision is innovative in two main regards – First, it determines that the right of publicity is a judicially created property right, independent of statutory privacy and intellectual property laws. Second, it determines that the right of publicity survives a person's death and lasts for at least 25 years after the person’s death, and that it could be transferred by bequest.
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