A Short History of Art Law, part 1, a new podcast
Roland Foord, Mark Stephens and Martin Wilson cast their minds back over the course of their careers and share some of the highlights, and the early twists and turns in the evolution and development of the area.
Update: Cassirer v. the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation
The Ninth Circuit’s unanimous affirmance of the trial court’s merits based decision – confirming the Foundation’s ownership of the Pissarro painting that it lawfully acquired for public display in Madrid in 1993…
Court says no chance for missed opportunity claim
From CollectionsLegal member Jezamine Fewins: An art collector’s claim for loss of opportunity…
Conference: Collecting at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
CollectionsLegal member Rafael Mateu moderates this important discussion which looks at the mapping and projection of contemporary collections.
Roland Foord speaks at The Institute of Art and Law’s authenticity seminar
The event will feature experts considering disputes involving art dealers and auction houses, either in relation to claims brought by sellers of art or by the ultimate buyers.
Members’ contributions in The Art Law Review, 3rd edition
CollectionsLegal members Lucie Lambrect and Rafael Mateu de Ros contribute the Belgium and Spain chapters in the latest edition of The Art Law Review, 2023.
RAM’s Seventh Annual Conference, (Geneva, 27th January 2023)
Collectors are the life blood of the art market. As collecting habits evolve, what practices and challenges do collectors and patrons face in their interactions with artists, galleries and institutions?
Massimo Sterpi moderates panel at the IBA 5th Silicon Beach Conference
Litigation involving cryptoassets covers a very wide range of subjects: from frauds to regulatory non compliance, from IP infringement to tax evasion, with so many issues involving both technology and legal issues being inextricably intertwined.