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The Knoedler Gallery Litigation – Can Art Buyers Rely On Dealer Representations?
The once renowned art gallery – the Knoedler Gallery – is embroiled in lengthy litigation out of the district court for the Southern District of New York involving an alleged forgery conspiracy.
United States
11 Feb 2016
Seller Be Ware – Valuable Banksy Mural Inadvertently Sold For Only $174
A valuable Banksy mural entitled the Bomb Damage that appeared on the front door wreckage of a home that was bombed in the Gaza Strip is at the center of an ownership dispute.
United States
15 Apr 2015
Sotheby’s Caravaggio (Mis)attribution Controversy – Proof That Reasonable Minds Differ
Sotheby’s UK prevailed recently in a court dispute over an Old Master attribution.
18 Feb 2015
More Trouble For Former Director Of The Salander-O’Reilly Galleries
Leigh Morse, former director of the now infamous Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, may be incarcerated again for failing to timely pay restitution to the galleries’ defrauded clients, which include celebrity clients like Robert DeNiro.
United States
4 Feb 2015
DALI FORGERY: Reliance On Art Gallery Reasonable, No Duty For Art Buyer To Conduct Own Due Diligence
In a recent case, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled in an unpublished opinion that claims against Park West Galleries, Inc. for fraudulent concealment and breach of warranty could move forward.
United States
30 Jan 2015
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Under Fire Again For Admission Fees
In a recent lawsuit, several museum goers, which include foreign tourists, have challenged the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s "recommended" admission fee of $25 stating that the admission policy is deceptive and that most visitors do not understand that there is a "pay-as-you-wish (but-you-must-pay-something)" policy for admission to the museum.
United States
8 Apr 2013
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