The Constantine Cannon London Art Law Team has edited the first ever volume of Art Law published by Getting the Deal Through. The volume covers the laws of 11 countries. The Constantine Cannon Team wrote the chapter on England & Wales.
On 7 June 2018, Azmina Jasani gave a presentation at the Authentication in Art conference in The Hague on the U.S. and European approach to originality and copyright protection
Azmina Jasani contributed an article The Art of Deaccessioning by Museums to Trusts & Estates journal (March 2018, special report: Art, Auctions & Antiques).
Pierre Valentin Co-Chaired a presentation at the IBA London on Art and Private Clients.
Azmina Jasani gave a lecture to students in the LLM in Art, Business and Law Program at Queen Mary University of London Law School on the topic of art finance.
Azmina Jasani contributed an article The Art of Lending to the STEP Journal.
Till Vere Hodge gave a presentation on online sales of art as part of Sotheby’s Institute’s series headed Art Law for Art World Professionals.
Pierre Valentin contributed to an ArtTactic podcast on Brexit and the British Art Market.
Pierre Valentin gave a presentation on legal issues related to catalogues raisonné and authentication at a 3-day workshop headed Building Artists’ Legacies organised in the UK by the Institute of Artists’ Estates.
The Art Law Team at Constantine Cannon was awarded the prize of Art & Cultural Property Law Firm of the Year 2017 by Finance Global Monthly.
Pierre Valentin and Till Vere-Hodge contributed an article The risk of acquiring Nazi-looted art is not going away to The Society of London Art Dealers’ Newsletter (October 2017 issue 102).
Pierre Valentin contributed to a panel presentation on the potential impact of Brexit on the British art industry at the Art & Business Conference in London.
PAIAM published reports on Brexit and the British art market authored by Pierre Valentin, Azmina Jasani, Till Vere Hodge and Yulia Tosheva.
Pierre Valentin chaired a panel on private collections at the conference on art wrongly dispossessed by the Nazi organised at the National Gallery London by the Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport and the Commission for looted art in Europe.
Pierre Valentin lectured post-graduate students at the ESA business school in Beirut, Lebanon.