This program, presented by art law attorneys Paul Cossu, Megan Noh, and Chris Robinson, will discuss common legal scenarios encountered when navigating issues of authenticity in the context of purchase and sale transactions.
They will provide an overview of the various contractual and statutory provisions underlying purchase/sale transactions, such as what warranty (if any) a seller provides, what a consignor is representing to a secondary market seller, and what a buyer’s obligations are in regard to timing for bringing an authenticity issue to the seller’s attention. They will also discuss the various meanings of authenticity in the marketplace and where they arise, including the relevance of factors such as a work’s age, medium, provenance, rarity, value, and the role of expertise/connoisseurship versus scientific examination. Finally, the program will cover how authenticity disputes are resolved from a litigation standpoint, and will include a review of relevant cases.
Excellent program. Well-organized, straightforward, clearly presented.
I am new to art law. this presentation was interesting to me and presented in a way that a novice can understand.
Very informative and enjoyable.
Super course that touches on all the issues! Great use of examples and cases too.
I am an artist and this program was fascinating. I learned many things about how to protect my art (which is probably never going to be sold for much more than a few hundred dollars). Thanks for having a program that is so different from many cle programs.
very thorough and up to date
Very knowledgeable presenters. Very interesting.