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By Jana S. Farmer, Samantha Funt
Doris and Shouky Shaheen donated their collection of Impressionist paintings to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, constituting one of the largest donations in the museum's history.
By Bonnie Ackerman
Should physicians apologize in the face of an adverse medical outcome? Or, is it likely that such an apology would only serve to undermine defense arguments
By William F. McDevitt
William McDevitt (Partner-Philadelphia) wrote a Philadelphia Bar Reporter Pro Bono Spotlight article on "Facilitative Mediation and Client
By Anthony Corleto, Alia A. Najjar
In a landmark decision, a Pennsylvania jury ruled in favor of the defendant National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in the first sports concussion case tried to verdict. In a 10−2 decision
By Nicolas Martin
Nick Martin (Partner-San Francisco) co-authored "Let's Talk Talc: Litigation Defense Strategies Require Drilling Down" in the August 2019 edition of CLM Magazine.
By Rosario Vignali
Under the title "New York May Soon Increase Recoverable Wrongful Death Damages," we wrote recently about efforts within the New York State Legislature.
By Jana S. Farmer, Jacqueline M. Bertelsen
Dealer's Suit Against Gallery Owners for Declaring Agnes Martin Works Fakes Is Dismissed New York Supreme Court dismissed the lawsuit by the London-based The Mayor Gallery against the owners of the Pace Gallery...
By Adam Ernette
Adam T. Ernette (Associate-Chicago) was published in the August 19, 2019, issue of the Illinois Bar Journal.
By Jana S. Farmer, Andrea Sobolewski
The following are summaries of news reports pertaining to art law and art markets.
By Islame Hosny, William Lipkind
Islame Hosny (Associate-New Jersey) and William D. Lipkind (Partner-New Jersey) collaborated on "Debt-Financed Distributions from QOF Partnerships," an article that appeared in the June 24, 2019
By Jana S. Farmer, Brian P. Mangan
Just a few days after the Second Circuit held that New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art could keep in its collection the monumental work by Pablo
By Neil M. Willner, Ruben Espinosa
The Second Circuit recently chastised the excessively slow DEA administrative review process, which on average takes nine years. Wilson Elser attorneys say although the court didn't act
By B. Otis Felder
Damages Recoverable in Maritime Matters (2d ed. 2019); General Committee on Admiralty & Maritime Law, Torts and Insurance
By Michael Harowski, Ashley E. Bane
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has precluded the recovery of punitive damages for unseaworthiness claims.
By Neil M. Willner
Marijuana decriminalization is in, adult-use is out, a regulated hemp-derived CBD marketplace is in limbo, and NYC begins CBD ban.
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