Monday, January 25, 2010
Invitation: February 11 Lecture at Cincinnati Museum Center on Recovery of Nazi Looted Art
invites you to an evening with
Raymond J. Dowd, Esquire
Partner, Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller LLP
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Heavy appetizers and cash bar
Insights Lecture Series
Murder, Mystery, and The Dead City
Mr. Dowd will speak about the battles to recover art stolen from Jewish Holocaust victims, the undisclosed role of the Swiss in laundering looted art for the Nazis, and the implications for U.S. museums holding artworks of European origin.
$25 per person for reception includes parking.
Lecture open to the public. Parking $4.
Reception reservations requested to Sarah McManus
by Monday, February 8, 2010
(513) 287-7074 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In partnership with
Co-sponsored by Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law and
the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Labels: art law, art litigation, art theft, cincinnati museum center, dead city, egon schiele, holocaust, nazi art looting, oberlin college, ray dowd, raymond dowd, terezin declaration, washington principles
Partner in Manhattan law firm Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP in New York City litigating in federal and state courts and arbitrations. Experienced trial and appellate practitioner. Author: Copyright Litigation Handbook (Thomson Reuters 2015-2016). The New York Law Journal called it "an indispensable guide". Serve on the Board of Directors of the Federal Bar Association, served as Chair of the Circuit Vice Presidents, Vice President for the Second Circuit and General Counsel. Member Board of Governors, National Arts Club. President, Network of Bar Leaders (2013-2014). Attorney advertising disclaimer - prior results do not guarantee success. The statements and opinions voiced here are my own and not of my law firm.