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By Judith Bresler
If, as a collector, you wish to sell your art in New York, you generally deliver it for that purpose to a private dealer. When the dealer takes custody of your art, the relationship that arises between you and the dealer is one of consignment.
By Jeremy Mellitz, John Farnsworth
Fiduciary litigation is on the rise, as evidenced by the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in LaRue v. DeWolff, Boberg & Assoc. Inc., last month, which opened the door to previously disallowed claims by individual ERISA plan participants for breaches of fiduciary duty
By Constance Shields
Nearly 20 years ago the US Tax Court in the Winokur case upheld the right of a collector to make a partial gift of artwork to charity and claim an income tax deduction for the portion contributed.