Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Art Law: Murder, Mystery & Masterpieces: The Ethical Implications of World War II Stolen Art

Murder, Mystery & Masterpieces:
The Ethical Implications of World War II Stolen Art

November 8, 2013

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

At the:

Jury Assembly Room, First Floor
George C. Young United States Courthouse Annex
401 West Central Boulevard
Orlando, FL

According to art historians and museum curators, recently opened archives in Europe and the United States have fostered an ever-increasing number of cases relating to artwork stolen by the Nazis during World War II. Raymond J. Dowd, Esquire is a national officer of the Federal Bar Association and partner in the law firm of Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller, LLP in New York City. As a member of his firm’s corporate, intellectual property, litigation and art law practice groups, he has broad commercial litigation experience in both federal and state trial and appellate courts. Mr. Dowd has been trial counsel in several art recovery cases and will also discuss the moral and ethical issues confronting institutions possessing property against which claims have been made.
Approved for 2 Hours of CLE Credit, available to all Florida Bar Members, including 0.5 hours of Ethics Credit.

For more information about this event, click here. To learn about the Orlando Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, click here.


$40— FBA Members
$50— Nonmembers
FREE— Federal Judges

Lunch will be provided


Seating is limited. R.S.V.P. today to or call (407) 649-4219 and ask for Sherrie McCoy.
 Copyright law, fine art and navigating the courts. All practice, no theory.Copyright Litigation Handbook (Thomson Reuters Westlaw 2012-2013) by Raymond J. Dowd
 Copyright Litigation Handbook on Westlaw

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