Course ID: DV111612
8 MCLE Credits: 3 Ethics; 2 PP; 3 Skills; Non-transitional
Hon Stephen G. Crane (Ret.),JAMS
Raymond J. Dowd, Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP
Alexandra Darraby, The Art Law Firm, author, Art Artifact Architecture & Museum Law
Helen Allen, Allen Cooper Enterprises; Judith Bresler, Withersworldwide; John Cahill, Lynn | Cahill; Maura Kehoe Collins, Artiphile, Art Collections Management Services; Darlene Fairman, Herrick Feinstein LLP; Hon. Helen Freedman, App. Div., First Dept.; Hon. Nicholas Garaufis, E.D.N.Y.; Hon. Kirstin Booth Glen, New York County Surrogate’s Court; Hon. Sherry Klein Heitler, Administrative Judge for Civil Matters, First Judicial District; Hon. Barbara Jaffe, Acting Justice, Supreme Court, New York County; Christine Lepera, Mitchell Silberg & Knupp LLP; Ralph Lerner, Withersworldwide; Sharon Levin, Asset Forfeiture Dept., U.S. Attorney’s Office, S.D.N.Y.; Ann Lydecker, Cirkers, Fine Art Storage & Logistics; James McAndrew, Grunfeld Desiderio Lebowitz Silverman Klestadt LLP; Michael McCullough, Michael McCullough LLC; William Pearlstein, Golenbock Eiseman Assor Bell & Peskoe LLP; Hon. Delissa Ridgway, U.S. Court of International Trade; Chris Robinson, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP; Kirsten Squires, Cook Maran & Associates, Innovative Insurance Strategies; Renee Vara, Vara Art; Marion Werkheiser, Cultural Heritage Partners, PLLC
Join faculty experts from the bench, bar, academia, art galleries, insurance agencies, art consultants, government and non-profit organizations as they take you through the most relevant issues in today’s art world, including how to deal with the ethical issues that arise. The program includes the following panels:
Panel 1: The Law and Business of Sculpture and Fine Art Multiples
Panel 2: Stewardship of Art Collections: What Lawyers Need to Know
Panel 3: The Law of Antiquities
Keynote Address: An Ethical GPS for an International Art Practice
Panel 4: The Arts on Capitol Hill
Panel 5: Trusts, Estates and Art: What Lawyers Need to Know
Panel 6: Legal Issues Surrounding Art Galleries and Art Dealing
Original Tape Date: November 16, 2012
All Programs include: (1) Affirmation and (1) DVD/CD packet.
To receive CLE credit for program on DVD/CD: DVD/CDs are embedded with CLE codes that you must copy onto a supplied affirmation sheet. Return the signed and dated affirmation to the NYCLA CLE Institute to be issued a CLE certificate. We recommend that you watch/listen to DVD/CDs as soon as possible. We can only issue CLE credit if the law is still current. The date of your signed affirmation will determine the date of your CLE certificate.
Course Materials: DVDs have a PDF file of the course materials on the DVD itself. CD orders will come with a separate CD with a PDF file of the course materials. Written materials provided only upon request.