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2012 Symposium


The Rutgers Law Record and the Rutgers Art Law Society Present:


Unspoken Trade: Stolen Art in America


A panel discussion on ligation, government action, and the duties and pitfalls of the American domestic trade in cultural artifacts and stolen art.


Wednesday, November 14, 2012



6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Baker Trial Courtroom
Rutgers School of Law – Newark
123 Washington St.
Newark, New Jersey 07102
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Art Law experts will discuss various subjects revolving around the acquisition and repatriation of stolen cultural property. Topics include:

  • The Purchase, Donation and Repatriation of Stolen Cultural Property

  • International Patrimony Laws

  • Museums, International Law, and International Guidance on Art Acquisition

  • Protections for the Purchaser of Stolen Art


Speakers:
Professor Carol Roehrenbeck, Professor of Law, Rutgers School of Law - Newark
John Lombard, Esq., Special Counsel, McCarter & English LLP
Darlene Fairman, Esq., Counsel, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Rebecca Buck, Deputy Director of Collection Services, Newark Museum

A catered dinner will be served prior to the discussion.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: To register, please RSVP at: rutgersartlawsymposium@gmail.com.
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