Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Image from the Phoenix Courthouse - Federal Bar Association Presentation on Nazi Art Looting
Image under a quote from Socrates from the presentation at the Richard Meier-designed Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse in Phoenix, Arizona. Occasion was a presentation co-sponsored by the Phoenix Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association's Federal Litigation Section on Recent Developments in Nazi Art Looting, view the Powerpoint here.
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Labels: art law, art litigation, federal bar association, nazi art looting, provenance, socrates, stolen art in museums
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