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Alongside cherished items and individuals such as homes, cars, pets, and children, works of art are one of the many things to which married couples attach value throughout the course of their lives with one another. Art becomes both a commodity possessing monetary value and a priceless object of immeasurable sentimental worth. As such, art is a highly contested subject in many divorce proceedings which legal professionals must address. This program examines one of the central questions at the intersection of art, divorce, and the law: what must matrimonial practitioners and matrimonial judges do when dealing with art?
Panelists will discuss the common issues encountered when negotiating art settlements. They will also highlight well-known case studies that have defined the ways in which legal professionals understand art as property subject to redistribution in divorce.
Issues discussed in the program include:
Moderator: Hon. Matthew Cooper, NYS Sup. Ct., Civil Term, Matrimonial
Faculty: Dror Bikel, Bikel & Schanfield; Alan Feigenbaum, Alter, Wolff & Foley LLP; Lois J. Liberman, Blank Rome LLP
1.5 NY CLE Credits; 1 Skills, 0.5 PP
All Programs include 1 Affirmation and 1 Evaluation Form, and Course Materials.
To receive CLE credit for a program in Online Video Format:
Online Videos contain CLE codes that you must type into a supplied online affirmation form. Submit the online affirmation to the NYCLA CLE Institute to be issued a CLE certificate. We recommend that you watch the video as soon as possible.
We can only issue CLE credit if the law is still current.
Course Materials: You can download course materials on the Online Video webpage.