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A Deaccessioning Decision Tree Grows in BrooklynSelling Museum Art in Hard Times

USA - September 23 2020 Robin Pogrebin at The New York Times has written an excellent piece on the news that the Brooklyn Museum intends to sell several works from its...

“Moralistic Preening” and Broken Commitments Under the Washington PrinciplesNinth Circuit Chastises Spain for Keeping Nazi-looted Pissarro but Rules Painting Will not Return to Cassirer Family

USA - August 18 2020 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit yesterday affirmed the 2019 judgment that allowed the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Museum in Madrid...

U.S. Senate Report Takes a Swing at Money Laundering in the Art Market But Strikes Out on Substance

USA - August 12 2020 A recent report by the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (headlined by Chairman Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio, and...

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Germany’s Appeal Over the Guelph Treasure Bought by Nazi Agents in 1935

USA, Germany - July 2 2020 Washington DC - The United States Supreme Court today agreed to hear the appeal by Germany and the Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz (SPK) seeking...

Guelph Treasure Heirs Respond to U.S. Brief that Argued Nazi Art Theft Was a Domestic Affair

USA - June 8 2020 On behalf of my clients seeking restitution of the Guelph Treasure, or Welfenschatz, we filed today our supplemental brief with the U.S. Supreme...