Art & Cultural Heritage Law

$125.00

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Course Description

This program was recorded on March 9, 2021

As the price of art and antiquities continues to increase, art law is a growing area. However, it is an area that covers many topics, including the protection of artists' rights, the preservation of artwork, and ownership disputes. This CLE will provide an overview of art and cultural heritage law topics, including authentication and forgeries, theft and ownership, and tomb raiding and cultural heritage protection.

Speaker Bio
1.5 General Credits
Course Agenda

Attorney Leila A. AmineddolehLeila A. Amineddoleh
As an internationally known art lawyer, Leila A. Amineddoleh represents major art collectors, museums, galleries, dealers, non-profits, artists, estates, foundations and foreign governments. She has been involved in matters related to multi-million dollar contractual disputes, international cultural heritage law violations, the recovery of stolen art and antiquities, authentication disputes, art-backed loans, and the purchase and sale of hundreds of millions of dollars of art and collectibles. As a specialist in art authentication and title disputes, Leila advises clients on the acquisition and sale of fine arts and cultural heritage works, and she has been involved in the return of valuable stolen fine art and looted antiquities. She has successfully represented clients in a number of high-profile matters, including her representation of the Greek government in Barnet et al. v. Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Hellenic Republic.

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1.5 General Credits

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Course Agenda

  1. Art theft
  2. Ownership disputes
  3. Authentication of art to protect against the purchase of forgeries
  4. Authentication litigations
  5. Cultural heritage looting
  6. The repatriation of stolen cultural goods
Monday: 9am - 6pm ET
Tuesday: 9am - 6pm ET
Wednesday: 9am - 6pm ET
Thursday: 9am - 6pm ET
Friday: 9am - 4pm ET
Saturday/Sunday: Email Only
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