The New York City Bar Association, 42 W. 44th Street, NY, NY, will be hosting a panel on the repatriation of cultural artifacts today @ 2 PM. It's free, and despite the suggestion otherwise on the NY City Bar's website, it's not really necessary to pre-register on-line.
If you read this blog, you will be interested in what experts have to say about this topic. More details are available here. Please note due to a last minute family issue, Sharon Levin will not be able to attend, but the US Government will be ably represented by one of her colleagues, Alexander Wilson, who was her co-counsel in the recent forfeiture case involving Sotheby's and a Khmer statue.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Panel on U.S. Federal Power and the Repatriation of Cultural Artifacts
Posted by Cultural Property Observer at 6:35 AM
Labels: criminal liability, stolen antiquities
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