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Protection of Art Experts from a Swiss Perspective - Nina M. Neuhaus
May 28th, 2014
Darlene B. Fairman
Art Antiquity and Law - Volume XIX, Issue 1 - April 2014
Darlene Fairman’s article "The True Cost of Authentication Litigation," which was published in the January 2014, Issue 6 of ArtBanc Intelligence, was cited by Nina M. Neuhaus in her article “Protection of Art Experts from a Swiss Perspective” published in the April 2014 issue of Art Antiquity and Law, Volume XIX, Issue 1. Neuhaus writes: “…With estimates that up to a third of artworks circulating on the market are forgeries, authentication has become more important than ever.”
What kind of art can I use for an art loan?
May 28, 2014
Stephen D. Brodie
Tang Art Advisory
Stephen Brodie was quoted in Tang Art Advisory’s newsletter on the subject: “What kind of art can I use for an art loan? Steve says: “An art loan can be a terrific, hidden source of liquidity for a collector.”
Why taxes and loans separate the New York and London art markets
April 28, 2014
Spear's
Stephen Brodie was quoted in the Spear's Magazine article "Why taxes and loans separate the New York and London markets", which reported on the important differences between the vibrant art markets of New York City and London.
The True Cost of Authentication Litigation
February 4, 2014
Darlene Fairman's article, "The True Cost of Authentication Litigation," was published in the January 2014 issue of ArtBanc Intelligence.  Artbanc Intelligence features issues critical to art dealers and advisors, collectors, estate lawyers, family offices and other professional advisors to high net worth individuals who are passionate about collecting.  Darlene's article was previously published in the Spring/Summer 2013, Volume 15 issue of Herrick's Art & Advocacy Newsletter.
The Case for Title Insurance
October 2013
Stephen D. Brodie
Quest
Stephen Brodie's article, "The Case for Title Insurance" is published in Quest magazine.  The article was originally published in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The Case For Title Insurance
Spring/Summer 2013
Stephen D. Brodie
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Brodie authored the article, "The Case for Title Insurance" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Rare Books Returned
Spring/Summer 2013
Yael M. Weitz
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz authored the article, "Rare Books Returned" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The True Cost of Authentication Litigation
Spring/Summer 2013
Darlene B. Fairman
Art & Advocacy
Darlene Fairman authored the article, "The True Cost of Authentication Litigation" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Resolved Stolen Art Claims
Updated periodically
Herrick's Art Law Department
This chart was compiled by Herrick, Feinstein LLP from information derived from published news articles and services available mainly in the United States or on the Internet, as well as law journal articles, press releases, and other sources, consulted as of May 2013.
Claim by Museums of Public Trusteeship and Their Response to Restitution Claims
Winter 2013
Charles A. Goldstein, Yael M. Weitz
Art & Advocacy
Charles Goldstein and Yael Weitz authored the article "Claim by Museums of Public Trusteeship and Their Response to Restitution Claims" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Provenance Research: Litigation and the Responsibility of Museums
Forthcoming
Lawrence M. Kaye, Frank K. Lord IV, Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution
Lawrence Kaye, with the assistance of Mari-Claudia Jiménez and Frank K. Lord IV, wrote this article for the Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution based on his remarks delivered at the Cultural Heritage Conference held at Willamette University.
Introduction and Overview of Nazi Looted Cases
December 2012
Howard N. Spiegler
Canadian Criminal Law Review, Vol. 17, No. 1
Howard Spiegler has authored an article for the Canadian Criminal Law Review that provides an overview of trends in recovering art looted by the Nazis, including the burgeoning involvement of the U.S. government.
Art Lenders Undertake New Precautions in Light of Amendment to NYACAL's Consignment Provisions
Fall 2012
Stephen D. Brodie, Leslie W. Chervokas
Art & Advocacy
Leslie Chervokas and Stephen Brodie authored the article "Art Lenders Undertake New Precautions in Light of Amendment to NYACAL's Consignment Provisions" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
International Art Transactions Under CISG
Fall 2012
Yael M. Weitz, Laura Tam
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz and Laura Tam authored the article "International Art Transactions Under CISG" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Art Collectors Beware of Uncovered Risks
Spring/Summer 2012
Frank K. Lord IV
Art & Advocacy
Frank Lord authored the article "Art Collectors Beware of Uncovered Risks" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The Risk Calculus of Art Loans: Lending Against Value in an Extraordinary Market
Spring/Summer 2012
Stephen D. Brodie
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Brodie authored the article "The Risk Calculus of Art Loans: Lending Against Value in an Extraordinary Market" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Managing the Risks of Art Ownership with Insurance
Winter 2012
Alan R. Lyons
Art & Advocacy
Alan Lyons authored the article "Managing the Risks of Art Ownership with Insurance" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Art Law Litigation in 2011
Winter 2012
Yael M. Weitz, Laura Tam
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz and Laura Tam authored the article "Art Law Litigation in 2011" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The Resurgence of Art Funds: Leveraging a Passion for Art Into Investment Returns
Fall 2011
Jessica D. Wessel
Art & Advocacy
Recently the prevalence of so-called “passion investments” has increased, with art funds emerging as an attractive alternative investment. This article explains how art funds work and sets forth important things to consider before investing in an art fund.
Use of Art Images in Gallery and Auction Catalogues: Copyright Minefield and Practical Advice
Fall 2011
Barry Werbin
Art & Advocacy
Barry Werbin authored the article "Use of Art Images in Gallery and Auction Catalogues: Copyright Minefield and Practical Advice" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Rights of Victims in Criminal Proceedings
Fall 2011
Steven D. Feldman
Art & Advocacy
Steve Feldman authored the article "Rights of Victims in Criminal Proceedings" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
New York Board of Regents Adopts New Rules Regarding Deaccessioning of Artworks
Spring/Summer 2011
Darlene B. Fairman
Art & Advocacy
Darlene Fairman authored the article "New York Board of Regents Adopts New Rules Regarding Deaccessioning of Artworks" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
New Shipping Requirements in Effect: The Art World Reacts
Winter 2011
Yael M. Weitz
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz authored the article "New Shipping Requirements in Effect: The Art World Reacts" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Holocaust Art Restitution Litigation in 2010
Winter 2011
Yael M. Weitz, Waffiyah M. Mian
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz and Waffiyah Mian co-authored the article "Holocaust Art Restitution Litigation in 2010" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Bartering with Art - Tax Implications
Winter 2011
Michael H. Kessel, Michael Zargari
Art & Advocacy
Michael Kessel and Michael Zargari co-authored the article "Bartering with Art - Tax Implications" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Ancient World Meets the Modern World: A Primer on the Restitution Law
Fall/Winter 2010
Howard N. Spiegler, Yael M. Weitz
Cultural Heritage & Arts Review
Howard Spiegler and Yael Weitz co-authored the article "Ancient World Meets the Modern World: A Primer on the Restitution Law," in Cultural Heritage & Arts Review.  This article was originally published in the Spring/Summer 2010 edition of our art law newsletter, Art & Advocacy.
What the Lady Has Wrought: The Ramifications of the Portrait of Wally Case
Fall 2010
Howard N. Spiegler
Art & Advocacy
Howard Spiegler authored the article "What the Lady Has Wrought: The Ramifications of the Portrait of Wally Case" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Bank Loans to Art Dealers
Fall 2010
Stephen D. Brodie
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Brodie authored the article "Bank Loans to Art Dealers" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Primer: Artwork and Sales Tax in New York
Spring/Summer 2010
Michael H. Kessel
Art & Advocacy
Michael Kessel co-authored, with Eli Akhavan, the article "Primer: Artwork and Sales Tax in New York" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Visual Artists and Google: Standing on the Shoulders of Ten Years of Digital Music Litigation
Spring/Summer 2010
Barry Werbin
Art & Advocacy
Barry Werbin co-authored, with Jeff Liebenson, the article "Visual Artists and Google: Standing on the Shoulders of Ten Years of Digital Music Litigation" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Private Bank Loans: Consignments Pose Additional Risks
Winter 2010
Stephen D. Brodie, Julie Albinsky
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Brodie and Julie Albinsky co-authored the article "Private Bank Loans: Consignments Pose Additional Risks" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Holocaust Art Restitution Litigation in 2009
Winter 2010
Yael M. Weitz
Art & Advocacy
Yael Weitz authored the article "Holocaust Art Restitution Litigation in 2009" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Arbiters of Authenticity
Winter 2010
Darlene B. Fairman
Art & Advocacy
Darlene Fairman authored the article "Arbiters of Authenticity" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Pending Bill Could Revive the Practice of Fractional Giving
Fall 2009
Michael H. Kessel
Art & Advocacy
Michael Kessel co-authored, with Eli Akhavan, the article "Pending Bill Could Revive the Practice of Fractional Giving" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
So, You Bought a Fake? Now What?
Fall 2009
Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Art & Advocacy
Mari-Claudia Jiménez authored the article "So, You Bought a Fake? Now What?" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Private Bank Art Loans: The Risks of Non-Possessory Security Interests
Fall 2009
Stephen D. Brodie
Art & Advocacy
Steve Brodie authored the article "Private Bank Art Loans: The Risks of Non-Possessory Security Interests" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The Curious Case of Kazimir Malevich
Summer 2009
Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Art & Advocacy
Mari-Claudia Jiménez authored the article "The Curious Case of Kazimir Malevich" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The June 2009 Prague Conference and Terezín Declaration: A New Beginning?
Summer 2009
Howard N. Spiegler
Art & Advocacy
Howard Spiegler authored the article "The June 2009 Prague Conference and Terezín Declaration: A New Beginning?" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
The Art of Perfection: Avoiding Pitfalls in Gallery Bankruptcies
Summer 2009
Stephen B. Selbst
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Selbst co-authored, with Ed Emrich, the article "The Art of Perfection: Avoiding Pitfalls in Gallery Bankruptcies" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Restituting Looted Cuban Art
July 30, 2009
Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Papers and Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE)
Mari-Claudia Jiménez authored the article "Restituting Looted Cuban Art", which was published in the complete proceedings of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) conference.
Surviving War and Peace: The Long Road to Recovering the Malevich Paintings
Spring 2009
Howard N. Spiegler, Mari-Claudia Jiménez
The Journal of Art Crime: Association for Research into Crimes against Art
Howard Spiegler and Mari-Claudia author this article about the struggle the heirs of Kazimir Malevich faced to recover five significant artworks from the City of Amsterdam.
Non-U.S. Authors and Artists Lose U.S. Copyright Protection in Certain Circumstances
Spring 2009
Barry Werbin
Art & Advocacy
Barry Werbin authored the article "Non-U.S. Authors and Artists Lose U.S. Copyright Protection in Certain Circumstances" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Art as Collateral
Spring 2009
Stephen D. Brodie
Art & Advocacy
Stephen Brodie authored the article "Art as Collateral" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
June 2009 in Prague: The Washington Holocaust Era Conference Revisited
Spring 2009
Lawrence M. Kaye
Art & Advocacy
Larry Kaye co-authored with Amalia Sax-Bolder the article "June 2009 in Prague: The Washington Holocaust Era Conference Revisited" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Artist-Museum Partnership Act of 2009
Spring 2009
Michael H. Kessel
Art & Advocacy
Mike Kessel co-authored, with Eli Akhavan, the article "Artist-Museum Partnership Act of 2009" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Abandoned Loan Bill Signed Into Law: Statute Grants Title to Certain Property in New York State Museums' Possession
Winter 2009
Frank K. Lord IV, Yael M. Weitz
Art & Advocacy
Frank Lord and Yael Weitz co-authored the article "Abandoned Loan Bill Signed Into Law: Statute Grants Title to Certain Property in New York State Museums' Possesion" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
New Bill Regarding Resale Royalties for Artists
Winter 2009
Darlene B. Fairman
Art & Advocacy
Darlene Fairman authored the article "New Bill Regarding Resale Royalties for Artists" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
New Guidelines for the Acquisition of Archaeological Materials of Ancient Art
Winter 2009
Darlene B. Fairman
Art & Advocacy
Darlene Fairman authored the article "New Guidelines for the Acquisition of Archaeological Materials of Ancient Art" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Goudstikker Exhibition at the Jewish Museum
Winter 2009
Frank K. Lord IV
Art & Advocacy
Frank Lord authored the article "Goudstikker Exhibition at the Jewish Museum" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Whose Art Is It Anyway?
Winter 2009
Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Art & Advocacy
Mari-Claudia Jiménez authored the article "Whose Art Is It Anyway?" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Artworks and 1031 Exchanges: Taking Advantage of the "1031 Exchange" to Minimize and Defer Taxes Upon the Sale of Artworks
Witner 2009
Michael H. Kessel
Art & Advocacy
Michael Kessel and Eli Akhavan co-authored the article "Artworks and 1031 Exchanges: Taking Advantage of the "1031 Exchange" to Minimize and Defer Taxes Upon the Sale of Artworks" in Herrick's art law newsletter.
Restitution of Nazi Looted Art:  View From the United States
November 1, 2007
Howard N. Spiegler
Art Law:  Stolen Art. How Extensive is the Problem?
Howard Spiegler authors an article on the art law litigation, specifically focusing on his case, United States v. Portrait of Wally.
The Neue Galerie Expands Exhibit of Art Recovered From the Holocaust
June 8, 2007
The Jewish Press Magazine
Daniel Retter authors an article in which Larry Kaye, partner in the art law practice, is quoted on Herrick's role in assisting the Neue Galerie in purchasing Klimt's painting Adele Bloch-Bauer I.
Comment on "Irreconcilable Differences?"
2007
Lawrence M. Kaye
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 18 (2007):  19-22
Lawrence Kaye wrote this article as a response to Kathy Tubb's article, "Irreconcilable Differences?"
Litigation against a Foreign Sovereign in the United States to Recover Artworks on Temporary Loan: The Malewicz Case
January 2007
Howard N. Spiegler, Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Juriste International
Howard Spiegler, with the assistance of Mari-Claudia Jiménez, authors this article on the Malewicz case.
Avoidance and Resolution of Cultural Heritage Disputes: Recovery of Art Looted During the Holocaust
2006
Lawrence M. Kaye, Frank K. Lord IV, Mari-Claudia Jiménez
Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution
Lawrence Kaye, with the assistance of Mari-Claudia Jiménez and Frank K. Lord IV, wrote this article for the Willamette Journal of International Law & Dispute Resolution based on his remarks delivered at the Cultural Heritage Conference held at Willamette University.
American Litigation to Recover Cultural Property:  Obstacles, Options, and a Proposal
2001
Howard N. Spiegler, Lawrence M. Kaye
Trade in Illicit Antiquities: The Destruction of the World's Archaeological Heritage, PP. 121-132, McDonald Institute
Howard Spiegler and Lawrence Kaye author a chapter of this book.
Recovering Nazi-Looted Art: Report from the Front Lines
Spring 2001
Howard N. Spiegler
Connecticut Journal of International Law
Howard Spiegler authors an article on the burdens that plaintiffs claiming ownership of Nazi-looted art must overcome in order to establish their claims.
A Quick Glance at the Schiele Paintings
Fall 1999
Lawrence M. Kaye
Theft of Art During World War II: Its Legal and Ethical Consequences, a Symposium Presented by the DePaul University Journal of Art and Entertainment Law, 10 DePaul-LCA J. Art & Ent. L. 11
Larry Kaye authors an article on the dispute surrounding the restitution of two Egon Schiele paintings looted by the Nazis in World War II.
Studies in Art Law:  Disputes Relating to the Ownership and Status of Cultural Property
1999
Lawrence M. Kaye
Resolution Methods for Art-Related Disputes, PP 35-53, Schulthess Polygraphischer Verlag Zurich
Larry Kaye authors a chapter on patrimony claims as part of an international symposium on art law.
Looted Art:  What Can and Should be Done
December 1998
Lawrence M. Kaye
Cardozo Law Review, 20 Cardozo L. Rev. 657
Larry Kaye authors an article on the how and why of restitution of art looted by the Nazis, the largest displacement of art in history.
The Recovery of Stolen Cultural Property:  A Practitioner's View - War Stories and Morality Tales
1998
Lawrence M. Kaye
Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Forum, 5 Vill. Sports & Ent. L. Forum 5
Larry Kaye authors a chapter on the non-art-related aspects of cultural property repatriation cases.
Art Wars:  The Repatriation Battle
1998
Lawrence M. Kaye
New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, 31 N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. 79, Fall 1998 
Larry Kaye authors an article on how governments can enact and enforce legislation to curb the illicit trade in art and cultural property without undue adverse impacts to the legal trade.
The Statue of Limitations in Art Recovery Cases:  An Overview
1998
Lawrence M. Kaye
International Foundation for Art Research, IFAR Journal, Volume 1, Number 3, P. 22
Larry Kaye authors an article on the statute of limitations in art recovery cases.
Laws in Force at the Dawn of World War II:  International Conventions and National Laws
1997
Lawrence M. Kaye
The Spoils of War, World War II and its Aftermath: the Loss, Reappearance, and Recovery of Cultural Property, edited by Elizabeth Simpson
Larry Kaye authors a chapter on the history of national and international efforts to protect cultural property up to the start of World War II.
The Future of the Past:  Recovering Cultural Property
November 1996
Lawrence M. Kaye
Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, v. 4 No. 1, Winter 1996
Larry Kaye authors an article on national and international responses to the illicit trade in stolen cultural property.