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Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum Litigation Update

Brandeis University's motion to dismiss has been denied by the court in the lawsuit filed by three overseers of the Rose Art Museum. The plaintiffs want to prevent the museum from closing and selling its art, in order to raise money to support Brandeis' financial situation. Brandeis stated in court that it will not sell any art that had been donated by the plaintiffs, Meryl Tose, Jonathan Lee and Lois Foster. It also said that it would give the MA attorney general an opportunity for review if it wants to sell art from other donors.

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