Last Thursday I spoke on Nazi art looting at an event hosted by the Brandeis Law Society and the Federal Bar Association at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. The event was well-attended despite bitterly cold weather with 75 attendees. The Hon. Sandra M. Moss introduced the program and Frank McGovern, President of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Chapter introduced me. Thanks to the hosts for the wonderful hospitality.
The audio program is available now on the Federal Bar Association website here, together with a PDF of my powerpoint, so that you can follow along and get the visuals.
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Thursday, January 31, 2013
Nazi Art Looting - Recent Case Law - Audio From Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Labels: federal bar assocation, national stolen property act, nazi art looting, pennsylvania academy of the fine arts, replevin, stolen art, stolen art in museums
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