Prince's Estate: When A Rich Icon Dies With No Obvious Heir
Publisher: Private Wealth
April 27, 2016
Darren Wallace was quoted in an article, "Prince's Estate: When A Rich Icon Dies With No Obvious Heir," in Private Wealth. In the article, Wallace explains what happens to an artist's intellectual property after death. "We've seen other examples—Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, these icons who pass away with unreleased material. There's still a lot of untapped value in their estates. And the licensing that can go along with releasing the works and the value associated with their likeness and image has become, in this celebrity culture, a very valuable asset," Wallace said.
Day Pitney Trusts and Estates Attorney Keith Bradoc Gallant was featured on the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel's (ACTEC) Trust and Estate Talk podcast episode "Practical Considerations in Dealing with Incapacity."
The arrival of Melissa Rodriguez as a Trusts and Estates Partner in the firm's Miami office and the promotion of A. Michael Wargon, a Trusts and Estates Partner in the Boca Raton office, was highlighted in the Florida Bar News' On the Move column.