Antiques Trade Gazette and eprivateclient cover this firm's hire of art and luxury asset specialist Chris Haywood in Dubai
Antiques Trade Gazette, eprivateclient, Intellectual Property Magazine and The Oath cover this firm's hire of art and luxury asset specialist Chris Haywood in Dubai. Read more below.
Blue Sky Linking
Daniel looks at Sky's recent success in obtaining interim protection from infringement of their broadcast rights
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.
The Oath report on the hire of Peter Smith as a Senior Associate in the firm's Dubai office
Peter Smith is a barrister with experience in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes across the GCC.
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.
Joint and several liability for IP infringement - Directors beware
Olivia takes an in-depth look at the recent Lifestyle Equities v Ahmed case in the Court of Appeal
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
Ghassan El Daye
Ghassan El Daye quoted by Gulf Today and Al Khaleej on the firm successfully opposing an extradition request in complex litigation with Bulgarian Authorities
An extradition request against Vasil Krumov Bozhkov, was rejected by UAE authorities.
Brexit: Trade Marks and Designs
Charlotte outlines all you need to know before the next post-Brexit deadline on trade marks and designs
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.
Implementation of the delayed Ivory Act 2018 now expected this year
A Monumental Change in trying Vandalism?
The British Museum’s new BM Arc storage and research facility
New foreign ownership rules take effect on 1 June 2021
The art of alternative investment scams
Tim and Jil look at the risks of investing in art
Tim Maxwell and Jil Birnbaum write for ThoughtLeaders4 Fire Magazine on alternative investments scams
Art is increasingly being offered as a potential alternative investment, but what pitfalls does this present?
The Lawyer feature the Art and Luxury Assets team's appeal on behalf of Bernard Carl in the Court of Appeal as part of its 'In court this week’
Tim Maxwell and the Art and Luxury Assets team are acting in the Court of Appeal on behalf of Bernard Carl.