The Art Law Review - 2nd Edition

The Art Law Review - 2nd Edition

Pages: 371

ISBN: 978-1-83862-757-7



  • £350.00

The Art Law Review is a unique global overview of this dynamic and growing area of legal expertise. With a focus on recent trends and developments in key jurisdictions worldwide, it examines a wide range of topics including art disputes; fakes, forgeries and authentication; art transactions; artist rights; trusts and foundations; and much more.

In this book:

Overview

  • Editors' Preface
    Lawrence M Kaye and Howard N Spiegler
    Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Part I: General Papers

  • Recent Developments in the Art Market
    Pierre Valentin and Mona Yapova
    Constantine Cannon LLP
  • Assigning Burdens of Diligence in Authenticity Disputes
    William L Charron
    Pryor Cashman LLP
  • Art Disruption: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century
    Massimo Sterpi
    Gianni & Origoni
  • Application of Copyright to Art
    Barry Werbin
    Herrick, Feinstein LLP
  • Moral Rights of the Artist, not a Trifle but a Token: an Updated US Perspective
    Irina Tarsis
    Center for Art Law
  • The Mediation and Arbitration of International Art Disputes
    Luke Nikas and Maaren A Shah
    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan
  • Cultural Property Disputes
    Leila A Amineddoleh
    Amineddoleh & Associates LLC

Part II: Jurisdictions

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Netherlands
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Zimbabwe

Lawrence M Kaye, Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Lawrence M Kaye is the managing member of Kaye Spiegler. Larry has a diverse commercial art practice, advising dealers, collectors, artists, museums and estates in transactional matters, including the acquisition and sale of world-renowned works of art, art loan and exhibition agreements, Section 1031 (of the United States Internal Revenue Code) exchanges, insurance and authentication issues, and financings using art as collateral. Larry also represents a wide range of domestic and international clients in all types of complex art litigation and dispute resolution, including issues about authenticity and authentication, artist–dealer relationships and contractual disputes related to the purchase and sale of artworks. Larry has represented foreign governments, victims of the Holocaust, families of renowned artists and other claimants in the recovery of art and antiquities. Larry also advises and represents foreign governments in matters related to cultural property and, in that regard, among other things, served as legal adviser to the Republic of Turkey’s delegation to the diplomatic conference where the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects was adopted. He has written and lectured extensively on mediation and arbitration of art law disputes.

Howard N Spiegler, Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Howard N Spiegler is a member of Kaye Spiegler. He handles all types of art transactions, including counselling its clients on international trade issues, loans, museum and private exhibitions, organising and structuring business entities, trust and estate matters, insurance issues, tax questions and criminal law concerns. Howard has also been involved in several significant cases recovering stolen artwork or other cultural property, including rare books stolen from the Swedish National Library; the full value of a Schiele painting confiscated by a Nazi agent from Lea Bondi Jaray in Austria in the late 1930s; 200 artworks looted by the Nazis from the Jacques Goudstikker Gallery in the Netherlands; numerous antiquities for the Republic of Turkey; and valuable Malevich paintings recovered for the Malevich family from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Among other commendations, he has received the Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Defence of Art by the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art and the Prix Monique Raynaud-Contamine by the International Association of Lawyers.

He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Art Crime and has served as president and vice president of the Art Law Commission of the International Association of Lawyers and chair of the Art Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association.


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