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Lessons re-learned from the no-longer highest price painting in history

USA - July 5 2017 A recent trial in the High Court in London has highlighted a few notable truths about doing business in the art world. The trial centers around a...

London auction results indicate art market remains strong

United Kingdom - February 13 2013 A recent contemporary art auction at Sotheby's in London brought in more than £74 million, which, according to the Huffington Post, is the auction...

Protecting companies intellectual property from cyber crime

USA - November 5 2012 On October 11, 2012 the government warned that the United States will be confronted with the possibility of a "cyber-Pearl Harbor" attack by foreign computer hackers who could unleash havoc on the nation's power grid, transportation system, financial networks and government....

Ernest E. Badway.

Rosales authentication mystery under investigation

USA - February 22 2012 The authenticities of over 20 art works released to the art market 17 years ago are in question, some even under investigation by the FBI....

a primer on government and internal investigations

USA - January 5 2012 “White-collar” criminal investigations and indictments are on the rise....

Patrick J. Egan, Eric E. Reed, Ernest E. Badway.