The Charles Russell Speechlys Art & Luxury team’s pro bono work on behalf of the Vision Foundation reported in The Times, Jewish Chronicle, Jewish News and Algemeiner
Rethinking Museum Governance
What are the legal responsibilities of museum trustees?
Quentin NFT-No ?
Colston Statue Appeal Dismissed
Who? Where? What on earth is an “NFT”!?
An NFT is a “Non-Replaceable Token” meaning only one of its type can ever be created and recorded on the blockchain it is connected to.
Mark Hill quoted by ArtNet on the copyright dispute between French-Tunisian artist eL Seed and the Tunisian pavilion at Dubai’s World Expo
The case illustrates a growing tension around the ownership of calligraphic script in the digital era.
Antiques Trade Gazette and eprivateclient cover the hire of Petra Warrington as a Senior Associate in the Art & Luxury team in London
The firm has added to its art & luxury practice with the recruitment of Petra Warrington as a senior associate.
Gallery and Museum openings scheduled for the 2020s
Immersive experiences - continuing growth
Can the Tate save its Bacon?
Rudy Capildeo interviewed by Monocle 24 on a bill introduced by the Polish government limiting the restitution of property seized by the Nazis
The Polish Restitution Bill, which was recently approved by President Andzrej Duda, has been widely criticised.
Golubovich v Golubovich - English Courts to rule on Russian art collection
Protecting contested cultural objects from seizure in the UK
Rudy Capildeo extensively quoted by Antiques Trade Gazette on the push from the Italian government to open its art market with export threshold changes
The export of Italian art has become easier following changes made to the country’s cultural laws.
Bullfighting ... as a copyright work?
The Art & Luxury team’s role in advising the Vision Foundation on the sale of a third Waldmüller has been featured in the Antiques Trade Gazette and Civil Society
The Vision Foundation benefitted after pictures restituted to the estate of a benefactor were sold at auction.
Art market deadline for registering under anti-money laundering regulations approaches
Averting an inheritance tax black hole: the Acceptance in Lieu scheme saves Professor Stephen Hawking's estate £4.2m
A State of the Art App
Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.