…anyone who has suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous media attention without then having to take arms against a sea of reputation troubles
David Rundle publishes "Avoid shades of grey: Anti-money laundering regulation comes to the art market". This article was first published by TheWealthNet on 20 January 2020. Read the full article
In a surprise move just before the Christmas and New Year break, The Money Laundering and Terrorist Finance Amendments Regulations 2019
Conceptual art is not new but with Marina Abramovich's retrospective shortly opening at the Royal Academy and appetite from institutions and the market alike
In this podcast, we address estate administration issues we encounter with art. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to Jimmy Dougherty about the different layers of complexities...
Given the uncertain election outcome and the chance that the Greens may find themselves in coalition with Labour and the SNP, it is worth a read.
Clyde & Co
Fine arts insurers will have breathed a collective sigh of relief when a Californian jury, following 13-years of litigation regarding damage
In this podcast, we look at cross-border art philanthropy and naming rights. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to Alana Petraske about collectors' global philanthropic goals as their ...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Unregistered Community designs (UCDs) became available in 2002 via the Community Designs Regulation as a new kind of short term protection (3 years)
In this podcast, we look at how art collectors can use estate planning to protect their valuable art collections. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to David Stein about how art is a ...
The latest in our lecture series in honour of the late Matthew Wrigley, a founding partner of the firm, began on a sunny evening at Harewood House.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
In honour of World Photography Day, we consider how copyright affects photography and look at some famous copyright disputes.
Chambers & Partners released the fourth edition of its High Net Worth (HNW) Guide on July 11th, and Withers is proud to be the only firm in the Art and Cultural Property Law category
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP
Last month, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) announced its plans to review two music licensing antitrust
Foi publicado no dia 11 de junho, no Diário oficial da União ("DOU"), o Decreto nº 9.830 ("Decreto"), que regulamenta os arts
As anticipated in our article published on 19 February 2019, the Regulation on the import of cultural goods was formally adopted by the European Parliament and European Council on 17 April 2019.
As we approach several upcoming European art fairs and events such as Art Basel in Switzerland and Frieze London, artists, investors, galleries, dealers and shippers are moving art.
This year's spring art fair and auction season has kicked off to an unwelcome slew of postponements and cancellations across Asia, Europe, and the United States.
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
This January, the UK ratified new legislation that introduced, largely without modification, the EU's Fifth Money Laundering Directive, which imposes new compliance obligations on art market...
In this podcast, we discuss the planning and preparing essentials for US galleries & UK galleries as the global art market moves from opaque to regulated. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki ...