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Carter Ledyard Partner Judith Wallace to Present on Dispute Resolution in the Art World
Judith Wallace will be presenting on November 19 (7 am EST) at a panel discussion on Dispute Resolution in the Art World, organized by the Court for Arbitration for Art (CAfA), a new forum founded under the auspices of the Foundation Authentication in Art, based in The Hague and the Foundation Netherlands Arbitration Institute, based in Rotterdam.
The event will be moderated by Camilla Perera-De Wit, Secretary General and Director General at the Netherlands Arbitration Institute, and board member of CAfA. Registration is free, here.
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Karen and Alison, partners in Carter Ledyard’s Trusts and Estates Department, discuss and explain the peculiarities of the New York estate tax regime, including the dreaded and draconian “cliff”, and offer…
Twenty-two Carter Ledyard attorneys were recognized by The Best Lawyers in America in their 2021 rankings.
Selection is highly competitive for this two-year fellowship, which provides attorneys with the opportunity to serve in leadership roles within the ABA, attend RPTE Section meetings, and receive mentorship from veteran trusts…
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Carter Ledyard client Rita Gluzman, a 71-year-old federal inmate, successfully petitioned the Southern District of New York for compassionate release after spending nearly a quarter century in federal custody.