Monthly Archives: April 2014

On the Case: Exploring Real World Art Law Issues

If the experts won’t tell you if your art is authentic, who can tell you? A perennial problem facing the art market is how to treat legitimate works of art which for one reason or another have not been labeled … Continue reading

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Brothers in Law on Corporate Affairs — When Art and Business Mix

FROM: JOE@PONZICORP.COM
 TO: INFO@DANZIGER.COM
 CC: HERB@PONZICORP.COM
 Hi, guys! My boss, Herb (copied above), asked if you could give some quick, free legal advice on our corporate art collection. I am running to a deposition, but let me know. Thanks! INFO@DANZIGER … Continue reading

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Opportunity Knocks: Brothers in Law on Deaccessioning

The call came from Tuscaloosa, and it was quite memorable. Our ivory-collecting client, Horton, had heard that a small museum with a colossal netsuke collection might be going broke. He wanted to swoop in and snap up the collection immediately—for … Continue reading

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