- The sculptor of "Charging Bull" is demanding "Fearless Girl" be removed from her current location
- Paul Callan: Though "Fearless Girl" might lose in a court of law, she will undoubtedly win in the court of public opinion
- Instead of suing her, the sculptor would do better to join her, capitalizing on new tourism opportunities, writes Callan
Paul Callan is a CNN legal analyst, a former New York homicide prosecutor and currently is of counsel at the New York law firm of Edelman & Edelman PC, focusing on wrongful conviction and civil rights cases. Follow him on Twitter @paulcallan. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.
(CNN)Last week, Arthur Modica, the 76-year-old sculptor of Wall Street's ferocious "Charging Bull," demanded the city of New York remove the "Fearless Girl" sculpture currently obstructing the flow of testosterone toward Wall Street. Modica's lawyer claims both his reputation and his work of art have been severely damaged by the city's decision to permit placement of the bronze little girl near the 18-foot-long bronze bull.