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Spencer's Art Law Journal - Vol. 7, No. 1, August 21, 2017 by Ronald D. Spencer

Enactment of Federal Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery (HEAR) Act Expands Opportunities for Claims to Nazi-Confiscated Art, Client Advisory, January 12, 2017 by Judith Wallace, Ronald D. Spencer and Gary D. Sesser

Seven ‘Red Flags’ in the Knoedler Trial that Should Give Dealers and Sellers Sleepless Nights, The Art Newspaper, October 27, 2016 by Ronald D. Spencer

After the Knoedler Trial, Spencer's Art Law Journal, July 28, 2016 by Ronald D. Spencer

Spencer's Art Law Journal - Vol. 6, No. 2, July 28, 2016 by Ronald D. Spencer

Blockage Discounts for Valuing Art Collections: Courts Have Dramatically Overvalued Estate Art Inventories by (Improbably) Attempting to Determine What a Retail Buyer Would Pay for a Single Piece From the Artist’s Estate, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, January 22, 2016 by Ronald D. Spencer

Protecting Expert Opinion About Visual Art: Proposed Legislation in the New York Legislature Will Probably Not Achieve Its Intended Result. And, As a Side-Effect, Existing Statutory Warranty Protection for Art Buyers Could Be Reduced, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, January 22, 2016 by Judith Wallace

Spencer's Art Law Journal - Vol. 6, No. 1, January 22, 2016 by Ronald D. Spencer

Authenticating Caravaggio (or Not), Spencer’s Art Law Journal, August 5, 2015 by Ronald D. Spencer

Safety in Numbers: Dealer Caveats and Purchaser Protections for Prints, Editioned Sculpture and other Art in Multiples, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, August 5, 2015 by Judith Wallace

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 5, No. 3, August 5, 2015 by Ronald D. Spencer

Valuing Fractional Interests: Maybe Your Kids Can Afford to Keep Your Art Collection After All, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, August 5, 2015 by Marjorie Hornaday and Ronald D. Spencer

Museums and Museum Curators: Caught in the Cross-Hairs of Authenticity Disputes, The Legal Guide for Museum Professionals, April 17, 2015 by Ronald D. Spencer and Judith Wallace

It May Be Becoming Easier to Get Your Consigned Art Back from the Bankrupt Gallery, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, March 12, 2015 by Aaron R. Cahn

Liability of Art Experts: Is Insurance a Solution and Will Opinions Be Less Dangerous Things to Give?, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, March 12, 2015 by Judith Wallace

Mistakes Were Made, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, March 12, 2015 by Ronald D. Spencer

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 5, No. 2, March 12, 2015 by Ronald D. Spencer

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 5, No. 1, August 25, 2014 by Ronald D. Spencer

What They Never Told You About Consigning Your Art, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, August 25, 2014 by Gary D. Sesser and Judith Wallace

Yes, You Can Lose Ownership Of Your Art. Simply, Consign To A Gallery Without Giving Public Notice Of Your Ownership, And under U.S. Law, The Gallery’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Will Have a Strong Claim to Your Art, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, August 25, 2014 by Aaron R. Cahn

Consigning Fine Art: Seven Things Fiduciaries Should Know, Trusts & Estates, March 1, 2014 by Gary D. Sesser and Judith Wallace

Getting Good Title to Art You Purchase, As (a) Collector, or (b) an Art Dealer, or (c) a Bit of Both, Spencer's Art Law Journal, February 3, 2014 by Ronald D. Spencer

Sometimes It’s Not Too Late to Recover Your Art. Laches: the Stealth Defense Revisited, Spencer's Art Law Journal, February 3, 2014 by Judith Wallace

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 3, February 3, 2014 by Ronald D. Spencer

A Seller Should Have Reasonable Grounds for His Unqualified Authenticity Opinion. But How to Weigh Negative Facts? And Must These Negative Facts Be Disclosed If They Are Unknown to the Buyer?, Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 2, October 18, 2013 by Ronald D. Spencer

Consigning Art Under New York’s Amended Arts and Cultural Affairs Law: Lessons for Artists, their Estates, and Collectors, Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 2, October 18, 2013 by Judith Wallace

Lien Searches May Not Always Tell You Much — But Do Them Anyway, Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 2, October 18, 2013 by Aaron R. Cahn

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 2, October 18, 2013 by Ronald D. Spencer

Provenance: Important, Yes, But Often Incomplete and Often Enough, Wrong. What Consequence for a Sale?, Spencer's Art Law Journal, May 30, 2013 by Gary D. Sesser

Purchase Price Paid Over Time: “Title Does Not Pass Until Payment in Full”. But the Uniform Commercial Code May Have Other Ideas, Spencer's Art Law Journal, May 30, 2013 by Aaron R. Cahn

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 1, May 30, 2013 by Ronald D. Spencer

Can Art Owners, Consigning or Lending Their Art, Protect Themselves in a Bankruptcy Proceeding of the Gallery or Borrower by Specifying Arbitration and a Choice of Law in Their Consignment or Loan Agreement? Probably Not, Spencer's Art Law Journal, February 13, 2013 by Aaron R. Cahn

Protection from Legal Claims for Opinions about the Authenticity of Art, Spencer's Art Law Journal, February 13, 2013 by Ronald D. Spencer

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 3, No. 3, February 13, 2013 by Ronald D. Spencer

When Is It Too Late to Recover Artwork You Own? Laches: the Stealth Defense, Spencer's Art Law Journal, February 13, 2013 by Judith Wallace

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 3, No. 2, November 27, 2012 by Ronald D. Spencer

Stemming the Tide of Federal Litigation Against Art Experts and Authentication Boards for Opinions About the Authenticity of Art, Spencer's Art Law Journal, November 27, 2012 by Judith Wallace

Street Photography Runs Into New York Laws on the Right to Privacy: When Is a Photograph of a Person “Art” Protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?, Spencer's Art Law Journal, November 27, 2012 by Jeffrey L. Loop

Collector-Established Foundations: When the Kids Are Not Very Interested in Your Art Collection, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, July 9, 2012 by Ronald D. Spencer

New York’s Distinctive Rule Regarding Recovery of Misappropriated Art After the Court of Appeals’ Decision in Mirvish v. Mott, Spencer's Art Law Journal, July 9, 2012 by Judith Wallace

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 3, No. 1, July 9, 2012 by Ronald D. Spencer

If the Expiration of the Statute of Limitations Bars You from Recovering Your Art from the Current Holder..., Spencer's Art Law Journal, January 30, 2012 by Judith Wallace

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 2, No. 3, January 30, 2012 by Ronald D. Spencer

Opinions about the Authenticity of Art, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, October 21, 2011 by Ronald D. Spencer

Spencer's Art Law Journal Vol. 2, No. 2, October 21, 2011 by Ronald D. Spencer

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gallery: A Bankruptcy Fable (Or Not), Spencer’s Art Law Journal, June 2011 by Aaron R. Cahn

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 2, No. 1, June 15, 2011 by Ronald D. Spencer

Buyers’ Rescission Rights for High Value Art Purchases - Spreading the Risk, Spencer's Art Law Journal, December 2010 by Ronald D. Spencer

Entrustment, The Hidden Title Risk of Leaving Your Artwork in the Care or Possession of Others -- Will Your Fine Art Insurance Cover Your Loss? Probably Not, Spencer's Art Law Journal, December 2010 by Elizabeth C. Black

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 1, No. 3, December 2010 by Ronald D. Spencer

Trouble Valuing Donated Art for Tax Purposes, Spencer's Art Law Journal, December 2010 by Ronald D. Spencer

Art Buyers’ Due Diligence. Do You Own It Free and Clear?, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, September 1, 2010 by Gary D. Sesser and

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 1, No. 2, September 2010 by Ronald D. Spencer

Insured v. Insurer: When Stolen Art Is Recovered, Who Owns It?, Spencer’s Art Law Journal, April 2010 by

Spencer’s Art Law Journal Vol. 1, No. 1, April 2010 by Ronald D. Spencer

Your Art Sold at Christie’s or Sotheby’s Auction. Can the Auctioneer Undo Your Sale Years Later? Probably, Yes, Spencer's Art Law Journal, April 2010 by Judith Wallace


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