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New Law Requires Museums in New York to Display Information About Nazi Art Looting, May be More Complicated than it Looks

USA - August 17 2022 ​New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed into law a new requirement requiring museums to indicate publicly any object in their collection that was…

Sullivan files Supreme Court Amicus Brief to Clarify Fair Use and Transformativeness in Warhol’s Use of Lynn Goldsmith’s Prince Photos

USA - August 15 2022 Sullivan has filed an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in the upcoming Supreme Court case Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v…

“ENABLERS Act” Pursues Art Market but Threatens Longstanding Protections Against Government Intrusion

USA - July 20 2022 Consistent with efforts in recent years to apply banking laws to the art market, the prospects of passage of a bill in Congress that would apply…

Harvard Can be Sued Over Louis Agassiz Slave Daguerreotypes from 1850

USA - July 14 2022 The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (the State’s highest court) recently issued a surprising decision that permits claims against Harvard…

Sullivan Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief with former State Department Legal Adviser in Nazi-looted Art Case

USA - November 22 2021 Today I am pleased to announce that I have filed a brief in the Supreme Court of the United States as counsel of record for amicus curiae Mark B…