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EPCNYC: Evening Program & Dinner March 2019
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Join EPCNYC for the final evening program of the EPCNYC 2018-2019 year. In order to accommodate dietary restrictions, please register one week in advance.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/27/2019
When: March 27, 2019
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Union League Club
38 E 37th St
New York 10016
United States
Contact: Amber Lettko
855.293.0784


Online registration is available until: 3/27/2019
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Join EPCNYC to hear presenter Nicholas M. O'Donnell discuss
"What’s in the estate? Legal issues concerning possible Nazi-looted art"

 

About the Presentation:

In the past 25 years, awareness about and resource concerning art looted during World War II has proliferated.  This impacts both survivors and families, but also collectors and art market participants as well that must factor into estate planning.  This lecture will give an overview of the legal issues that have predominated and use illustrative case studies to explore a deeper understanding.

 

About the Presenter:


Nicholas M. O'Donnell is a Partner in the Litigation Department of Sullivan & Worcester and the leader of the firm's Art & Museum Law practice group. His practice focuses primarily on complex civil litigation, where he has served as lead counsel on a variety of lawsuits concerning restitution and fine art sales and has advised museums, dealers, auction houses, and collectors worldwide about restitution, copyright, and de-accessioning issues. He is Senior Vice-Chair of the Arts, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee of the International Bar Association.  Mr. O’Donnell is the author of numerous articles and papers on the subject of Nazi-looted art disputes, and the author of the book he will discuss today: A Tragic Fate—Law and Ethics in the Battle Over Nazi Looted Art (Ankerwycke 2017), the first comprehensive overview of disputes in the U.S. over allegedly Nazi-looted art, and a frequent contributor to Apollo magazine.

 

 


Please note, in order to accommodate dietary needs, you must register one week in advance of event.

 

 

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