Herrick Feinstein LLP

Founded in 1928, Herrick, Feinstein LLP provides a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals around the world. From its offices in New York City; Newark, New Jersey; and Istanbul, Turkey, Herrick maintains robust corporate, litigation, and commercial real estate capabilities, complemented by significant depth in art, bankruptcy, employment, government relations, intellectual property, sports, tax, and trusts and estates. The firm delivers top-tier legal service from highly sophisticated, pragmatic, business savvy lawyers, who help clients address their strategic challenges with focused and tenacious determination. Clients also benefit from Herrick’s unique culture of collaborative problem solving, which allows its attorneys to develop innovative solutions to even the most complex legal challenges.

We maintain one of the world's most prominent art law groups, focused on complex art and cultural property litigation and dispute resolution, and a broad range of corporate and commercial art law matters. Our art litigation practice ranges from basic contract disputes to complex domestic and international actions, including many world-famous art recovery claims. We handle a variety of cases dealing with trademark and copyright infringement, defamation, moral and visual rights, breach of warranty, misattribution, tax and trust matters, valuations, appraisals, experts, auctions and other issues. Our attorneys also regularly counsel museums, galleries, auction houses, dealers, artists, estates, collectors and financial institutions on a variety of art-related issues, such as the purchase, consignment, sale and auction of major works of art, domestic and international loans of significant art and art collections, and the organization of major exhibitions.

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The Art Law Review

Edition 1

We are pleased to introduce you to the very first edition of The Art Law Review. The field of art law has developed over many years to become a significant speciality in the law, as collectors, galleries, auction houses, museums and everyone else involved with art have expanded their collections and businesses throughout the world. Besides involving billions of dollars in the trade, art law has become the means by which the diverse cultures of our societies are governed and encouraged to develop.

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