Center for Art Law

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Lessons Not Learned, Fraudsters in the Art Market

A walk down the memory lane with Larry Salander, Michel Cohen, David Ramos, Knoedler Gallery, Jonathan Poole, Ezra Chowaiki, and Inigo P. "F" is for Fraud; a theft by any other name would stick as foul. The story of fraud is as old as property law. Someone intentionally misrepresents something to someone who has something to lose and the victim and his property are soon apart. Intent is hard to prove yet many an art dealer have gone to jail for defrauding clients of art or money. There have been so many thieving magpies in the history of art trade, someone should write a cautionary tale. Join the Center for Art Law for an art law lunch talk with Dean Nicyper, a seasoned art a

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