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Legal Considerations for Art Recovery in a Global Market

Jul 4, 2016

Attendees will learn about the current art law landscape, art investigation and restitution, and art crimes.
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Steven R. Schindler

Jun 7, 2016

Steve Schindler is a founding partner of Schindler Cohen & Hochman LLP, a litigation and art law boutique located at 100 Wall Street in New York City. Steve heads SCH’s Art Law Group. This practice area, which has grown steadily over the past decade, combines SCH’s formidable litigation expertise with a deep knowledge of the […]
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Katherine Wilson-Milne

Jun 7, 2016

Katie Wilson-Milne is a litigator and art lawyer practicing at Schindler, Cohen & Hochman LLP. Katie advises clients in the art, cultural and creative communities, including art galleries, other art businesses, collectors, artists, and not-for-profit organizations in the art space on transactional matters related to the purchase, sale, lending and financing of art, as well […]
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Schindler Cohen & Hochman LLP

Jun 3, 2016

SCH is a premier litigation boutique. Our international client base includes leading investment banks, major hedge funds, companies of all sizes and high net-worth individuals. We handle a wide range of sophisticated, high-stakes litigation matters both domestic and international. SCH is also a pre-eminent art law firm. Our full service art law practice provides counseling […]
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Navigating Risk in the Contemporary Art Market

Jun 2, 2016

Experts will discuss art market risk factors as they pertain to the purchase, sale or financing of art.
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Nancy Parke-Taylor

May 26, 2016

Nancy Parke-Taylor is an art historian and lawyer who has advised and represented individual collectors, academics, heirs of despoiled owners, corporations, museums and art galleries, insurance companies and police forces, regarding a variety of issues pertaining to art law. Nancy is an author and public speaker. She has lectured on issues as diverse as corporate […]
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Aaron Milrad

May 26, 2016

Aaron is an arts and copyright lawyer with over 40 years of experience serving clients across Canada and the U.S. and internationally. His work focuses on Canadian and international copyright, the visual and performing arts, publishing, new media, architecture and design. He provides strategic planning and legal services to the arts sector, including contracts and […]
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The Four Stages of Collecting - Part II: Legal and Tax Issues

Apr 5, 2016

This second session in our four-part series will discuss the legal and tax issues that are essential knowledge for art collectors.
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Diana Wierbicki

Mar 30, 2016

Diana Wierbicki’s practice is focused on art law dealing with purchases, sales, loans, consignments and charitable giving of works of art. Diana has counseled art collectors and art dealers on all aspects of their art transactions. Diana is also a member of the Wealth Planning practice group and advises high net worth individuals and their […]
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Proskauer

Jan 4, 2016

Proskauer Rose LLP is an international law firm that is headquartered in New York City. The firm was founded in 1875 and currently has thirteen offices worldwide.
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Scott Bowman

Jan 4, 2016

Scott Andrew Bowman is an Associate in the Personal Planning Department, practicing in the Boca Raton office. His practice focuses primarily on developing and implementing advanced estate planning techniques for high net worth individuals and their families. Scott concentrates on creating structures that provide for effective multi-generational wealth transfers, with a particular focus on minimizing […]
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Protecting Your Art Collection

Jan 4, 2016

Today, a new generation of art collectors has emerged for which art is an increasingly important asset. Many art lovers own collections or actively transact in the art market with appreciation and pleasure.
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Practical Perspectives On Art Investment

Jan 4, 2016

How to interpret value, cost and transaction risk in an opaque market
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Sales and Use Taxes: How They Apply to Collectors and Dealers

Jan 4, 2016

US sales and use tax rules vary from state to state.  Currently 45 states and the District of Columbia impose some sort of sales or use tax with differing exemptions and procedures, with each state and at times cities having unique tax laws, factors such as origin, status of seller, intial delivery locations, storage and final destination of the artwork all play into the planning and compliance process.
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The Do's & Don’ts of Collecting Unusual Mediums

Jan 4, 2016

Panelists will conduct an interactive discussion on past and present mediums used by fine artists and how they affect aspects of valuation, security, shipping, storage, restoration, climate controls, title and authenticity.
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Adventures in Media – Collecting and Protecting Unusual Art

Dec 30, 2015

Panelists will conduct an interactive discussion on past and present mediums used by fine artists and how they affect aspects of valuation, security, shipping, storage, restoration, climate controls, title and authenticity.
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Amelia Brankov

Dec 30, 2015

As a well-rounded litigator, Ms. Brankov helps businesses and individuals in the creative sector resolve a wide range of dispute-resolution matters. Her practice includes advising on complex disputes involving breach of contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, copyright infringement, and the right of publicity. She has appeared in federal and state trial and appellate courts […]
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Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Art Transactions

Dec 30, 2015

Often collectors only discover legal issues with their artwork years after they purchase it, making it difficult, if not impossible, to remedy the situation.
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Disaster Mitigation Planning for Private Collections

Dec 30, 2015

Establishing a customized pre- and post-emergency plan for your collection can make all the difference for mitigating significant physical and financial loss when a natural catastrophe strikes.
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Framing a Legacy - Succession Planning for Valuable Art

Dec 30, 2015

For many collectors, their interest in acquiring art is a passion. The formulation of a comprehensive succession plan for a collection is significant, important, and challenging. The presentation will provide a roadmap for the process and give consideration to building a professional team to facilitate the planning strategies.
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Art Legacy Planning - Life is Long. Art is Longer.

Dec 30, 2015

The discussion will include an overview of art appraisals, art insurance and the prevention of financial loss, the pros and cons of donating and gifting, the various trends in art lending and the consideration of art as an asset.
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