Sunday, April 26, 2015

Art Law: From Murder To Museums - Recent Nazi Looted Art Cases - May 14 2015

Girl With Black Hair by Egon Schiele - Stolen From Fritz Grunbaum
(currently at Oberlin College)


Invites Members to attend a FREE 2 Credit CLE Course

FROM MURDER TO MUSEUMS: Recent Nazi Looted Art Cases

With Speakers:

Hon. Barbara Jaffe
Acting Justice, Supreme Court, 1st Judicial District, New York, NY
Raymond J. Dowd, Esq.
Partner-Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP, New York, NY

This free course, which includes lite dinner, is offered ONLY to our current members and is sponsored by NEW ROCHELLE BAR ASSOCIATION

WHERE: Monroe College, GADDY HALL, 380 Main Street, New Rochelle, N.Y.
WHEN: Thursday, May 14, 2015, Registration and Lite Dinner at 5:30 pm; CLE 6 – 8 pm

This 2-credit SKILLS CLE Course is approved as Transitional and Non-Transitional (appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys).  The NEW ROCHELLE BAR ASSOCIATION is certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York

EMAIL YOUR RESPONSE to Jeffrey L. Levin, Esq., at


[NOTE! We will send a confirmation of registration by return email.
  If you do not receive a confirmation you are not registered and will not be admitted.]

NOTE: You will not be admitted if you arrive 10 minutes or more after the program begins.
Also, if you enroll for a CLE class and are unable to attend, please call Jeff Levin, Esq. at 725-3468 at least 24 hours in advance so that members who may have been placed on a waiting list can be registered.  If you enroll but fail to timely cancel for more than one CLE class, you may be precluded from attending future CLEs.

For more information on Nazi art looting, check out Can A Jewish Man Imprisoned In The Dachau Concentration Camp Transfer Good Title To A Schiele Painting?
 Copyright law, fine art and navigating the courts. All practice, no theory.
Copyright Litigation Handbook (Thomson Reuters Westlaw 2014-2015) by Raymond J. Dowd
 Copyright Litigation Handbook on Westlaw

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