Partner at Pryor Cashman LLP
Megan E. Noh is a partner in Pryor Cashman’s Art Law Group. With nearly 15 years of combined experience in private practice and both in-house legal and business positions in the auction world, Megan has extensive knowledge of the complex issues impacting today’s art market. Her clients include auction houses, collectors, galleries, individual artists, estates and non-profits, whom she counsels on a range of transactional and litigation matters. A recognized speaker on art authenticity and pre-transaction diligence, Megan lectures regularly for professional and academic audiences and has been quoted in the New York Times, Maine Antique Digest, and other industry publications. She has authored scholarly articles for the Institute of Art & Law’s journal, Art Antiquity and Law, and contributed to the course material for the New York County Lawyers’ Association’s Art Litigation and Dispute Resolution Institute, for which she is a Program Chair. Megan also sits on the New York City Bar’s Art Law Committee and is the Vice-Chair of the Board of the New School’s Vera List Center for Art and Politics.