The New Tort of Appropriation of Personality: Protecting Bob Marley's Face

@article{Hylton1996TheNT,
  title={The New Tort of Appropriation of Personality: Protecting Bob Marley's Face},
  author={Michael Hylton and Peter Goldson},
  journal={The Cambridge Law Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={55},
  pages={56 - 64}
}
As far back as 53 years ago, the adaptability of the common law to changing circumstances whereby new rights have been created by the courts, has been observed and accepted as a function of the judiciary. Scott L.J. in his dictum in Haseldine v. Daw stated: The common law has throughout its long history developed as an organic growth, at first slowly under hampering restrictions of legal forms of process, more quickly in Lord Mansfield's time, and in the last 100 years at an ever increasing… 
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