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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Sotheby's Institute of Art
570 Lexington Avenue, 6th Floor
(Between 50th & 51st Streets)
New York, NY 10021

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m--Program starts at 11:45 a.m.)

2.0 MCLE Credits in Professional Practice

Co-Sponsored by the Fine Arts and Lawyers in Transition Committees of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association

Speakers: Evan Barr, Esq., Darlene Fairman, Esq., Jane Levine, Esq. and Jim McAndrew

Program Committee Chairs:
Judith Prowda, Fine Arts Committee
Leila Amineddoleh and Stephanie Khalifa, Lawyers in Transition Committee

Description: The New York State Bar Association's Entertainment Art & Sports Law Section invites you to a panel discussion on the topic of Cultural Heritage Law. Our panel includes distinguished attorneys and art law experts Evan Barr (successful cultural heritage property litigator, and lead attorney on the landmark case United States v. An Antique Platter of Gold), Darlene Fairman (attorney at Herrick Feinstein who litigated the repatriation of antiquities to the Republic of Turkey), Jane Levine (in-house counsel at Sotheby's), and Jim McAndrew (former Senior Special Agent with U.S. Customs Services and U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and currently a forensic specialist at the law firm of Grunfeld, Desiderio, Lebowitz, Silverman & Klestadt).

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to hear these well-known experts discuss and answer your questions related to cultural heritage law.

$25 for members
$35 for non-members
$15 for students

PLEASE REGISTER AT www.nysba.org/EASL062811 by June 27, 2011.

If you prefer to register in by telephone, please call our toll-free number at 1-800-582-2452.

For more information, contact Leslie Scully at lscully@nysba.org

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