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Should Stolen Holocaust Art Be Returned? Legal and Policy Perspectives and Recent Case Developments

Thursday, March 21, 2013, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Registration for this course is now closed.

Intended Audience:

Non-attorneys may attend the program for $25. Register above as "Law Office Staff."

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Location: 2nd floor auditorium

Course ID: 03212013

Number of Sessions: 1

Credits: 3 NJ (1 Ethics, 1 General)
3 NY Credits: 1 Ethics; 2 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional

Course Description:

Join us for a very special program discussing the hot button issues of whether stolen Holocaust art should be returned. Learn about recent cases and understand the legal and policy perspectives, including a presentation by Ambassador Douglas Davidson, Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues, U.S. State Department.

AGENDA

  • Introduction and Overview of the Issues
  • A View from the U.S. State Department
  • From Abraham Lincoln's Code of War to the Morgenthau Seizure at MOMA: The American Victory in World War II, Recent Case  Law and the Failure to Return Stolen Art to Holocaust Victms
  • Nazi Looted Art Commissions After 1998 Washington Conference: Comparing the European and American Experiences
  • Cassirer v. Kingdom of Spain:An Update

Faculty:

Program Chair and Faculty: Raymond Dowd, Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller LLP


Faculty: Hon. Stephen Crane (Ret.), JAMS; Ambassador Douglas Davidson, Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues; Victor Kovner, Davis,Wright Tremaine LLP; David Rowland,Rowland & Petroff;  Sharon Levin, US Attorney's Office, SDNY

 

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