Newsletter

09.09.19

Antique Firms urged to register for EU Trade Permit as potential No Deal Brexit looms.  Art Law News Update

02.09.19

Trump opens door to restitution claims on Art Seized by Cuba. Art Law News Update

26.08.19

Fresh government warning ahead of Brexit for import and export of CITES- listed natural history specimens. Art Law News Update

19.08.19

London art market braced for no-deal Brexit tax hikes. Art Law News Update

12.08.19

Monet’s Venetian Doge’s Palace painting blocked from leaving the UK.  Art Law News Update

05.08.19

London Dealer Jailed for Swindling Clients on Picasso Sales.  Art Law News Update 

29.07.19

UK Art World Warns Boris Johnson Over ‘Extreme Damage’ of No-Deal Brexit. Art Law News Update 

22.07.19

Following P.A.I.N. Protest in Paris, Louvre Removes Sackler Name. Art Law News Update

15.07.19

Hundreds of artifacts looted from Iran and Afghanistan to be repatriated and a former top Manhattan art dealer charged in an Antiquities smuggling racket. Art Law News Update

09.07.19

Who has the right to decide what art is made in Australia?  Apparently not artists. Art Law News Update

01.07.19

A beloved detroit street Artist was arrested for vandalism while he was painting a mural commissioned by the City. Art Law News Update

24.06.19

‘They didn’t look old enough’: who filled a French art gallery with fakes? Art Law News Update

17.06.19

Mass theft of art from East German citizens revealed in new report and Mexico accuses Carolina Herrera fashion house of cultural appropriation. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

10.06.19

Man who tried to sell a fake Lucian Freud on eBay sentenced and why Reggae deserves international protection. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

03.06.19

Jose Berardo in hot water over alleged €1bn debt and call on antiques trade to oppose tariffs on Chinese antiques once again.  Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

27.05.19

Volkswagen sued for using refugee artwork to sell cars and US Supreme Court declines to hear appeal on Nazi-looted art. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

20.05.19

More woman on display in Parliament and the Met turns down Sackler Opioid Money. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

13.05.19

Saatchi Gallery covers up and Nelson Mandela prison sketches sell for $90,000. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

06.05.19

Facebook selling looted Artefacts and EU cultural goods bill causes a stir. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

29.04.19

Sketch scavenger in Gerhard Richter’s Trash and Uzbekistan goes contemporary. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

22.04.19

Van Gogh painting recovered from Italian Gangsters and an Edward Munch painting hung in a Minnesota college confirmed to be genuine. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update 

15.04.19

Caravaggio ‘rediscovered’ and the world’s most expensive painting. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

08.04.19

Kicking tobacco support and 3 tips to stay ahead of the Art Market during a recession. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

01.04.19

Fake Botticelliturns out to be real Botticelli and stolen Picasso found in Amsterdam. Here is your weekly update from the art world. Art Law News Update

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