as the Ferrari par excellence. But even the most expensive classic car of all time: a model state lately
sold at auction for $ 48 million. We are talking about the Ferrari 250GTO of "Maestro Scaglietti". No wonder
then, as Radiocor reports, for the first time in Italy the design of a car was equated for the purposes of
Legal protection, not just for a trademark, but for a work of art with consistent application of Law 633/1941
to the copyright.
The Bologna Court, a business department, has taken this step. For the college,
Www.moviesfilmonline.com / de / movies / … of – the – opera Ferrari asks to defend the model against a replica attempt by a company owned by
The adaptation of lines and aesthetic elements has made the Ferrari 250GTO unique in its kind
own car icon. Its artistic value – continues the decree – has found objective and general recognition
in numerous awards and official confirmations, in numerous publications and in artistic reproductions on coins and below
Form of sculptures regularly exhibited in museums.
The Tribunal therefore issued a ruling prohibiting the tuner from reproducing the 250GTO's form
in rendering and in car models. As reported, indeed from the luxury site RobbReport.com, where it had been
Rendering was advertised and the company would be ready to launch a dozen new supercars for the price
Each around 1 million euros, which were reproduced by updating the legendary model of the 1960s. So, though first
Ferrari's application for trademark protection failed because of not minor aesthetic differences.
The "Cavallino", supported by the law firm Orsingher Ortu, benefited from the broadest coverage
offered by copyright.
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