Burton M. Fendelman
Burton M. Fendelman, Esq. is a practicing attorney with more than 30 years of experience in corporate business and finance. He has years of experience as a collector of art and antiques and more than 25 years of experience working with professional appraisers, museums and foundations for donations. Mr. Fendelman’s legal practice specializes in working with collectors, dealers, artists and others in the world of art and antiques. He consults on business, taxation, art and antiques collecting and collection issues and advises on the disposition of collections. Mr. Fendelman has served as a museum curator, authored numerous articles in art and antiques publications and lectured at New York University and other forums on art and antiques subjects. He is presently Counsel to the Antiques Dealers Association of America and Counsel to the Alliance for Art and Antiques. Mr. Fendelman is an active participant working with the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.