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Edited by Ronald D. Spencer

CONTENTS
Vol. 3, No. 2, Fall 2012

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Michael Findlay   The Value of Art: Money, Power, Beauty
November 2012

Judith Wallace
  Stemming the Tide of Federal Litigation Against Art Experts and Authentication Boards for Opinions About the Authenticity of Art
November 2012
Jeffrey L. Loop   Street Photography Runs Into New York Laws on the Right to Privacy: When Is a Photograph of a Person "Art" Protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution?
November 2012
   

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2012

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
William G. Pearlstein   Buying and Selling Antiquities in Today’s Market
June 2012
Judith Wallace   New York’s Distinctive Rule Regarding Recovery of Misappropriated Art After the Court of Appeals’ Decision in Mirvish v. Mott
June 2012
Ronald D. Spencer   Collector-Established Foundations: When the Kids Are Not Very Interested in Your Art Collection
June 2012
   

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 2, No. 3, Winter 2012

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Judith Wallace   If the Expiration of the Statue of Limitations Bars You from Recovering Your Art from the Current Holder, when the Current Holder Sells Can You, Nevertheless, Recover Your Art from the Buyer? And, Anyway, when Did the Statute of Limitations Begin to Run against You?
January 2012
     
   

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 2, No. 2, Fall 2011

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Ronald D. Spencer   Opinions about the Authenticity of Art
November 2011
Tamara Mann   The Brouhaha: When the Bird Became Art and Art Became Anything
December 2011
   

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2011

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Aaron R. Cahn   A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gallery: A Bankruptcy Fable (Or Not)
July 2011
Amy J. Goldrich   Is a Right of First Refusal an Offer You Can't Refuse? If it's in Writing, Most Probably
September 2011
   

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 1, No. 3, Winter 2010

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Elizabeth C. Black   Entrustment, The Hidden Title Risk of Leaving Your Artwork in the Care or Possession of Others -- Will Your Fine Art Insurance Cover Your Loss? Probably Not
December 2010
Ronald D. Spencer   Trouble Valuing Donated Art for Tax Purposes
December 2010
Ronald D. Spencer   Buyers’ Rescission Rights for High Value Art Purchases - Spreading the Risk
December 2010

                                          
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CONTENTS
Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 2010

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Elizabeth Kessenides   Fakes, Mistakes and Income Tax Deductions
September/October 2010
Gary D. Sesser
and Kenneth S. Levine
  Art Buyers’ Due Diligence. Do You Own It Free and Clear?
November/December 2010
   

                                          
Edited by Ronald D. Spencer

CONTENTS
Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 2010

Ronald D. Spencer   Editor’s Note
Judith Wallace   Your Art Sold at Christie’s or Sotheby’s Auction. Can the Auctioneer Undo Your Sale Years Later? Probably, Yes
April 2010
Kenneth S. Levine   Insured v. Insurer: When Stolen Art Is Recovered, Who Owns It?
May 2010
Ronald D. Spencer   When Experts and Art Scholars Change Their Minds
June 2010
Arabella Yip   Stolen Art: Who Owns It Often Depends on Whose Law Applies
July 2010