KG Legal was invited to the Conference organized by Kraków Society of Friends of Fine Arts and Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences devoted to plundering of the works of art in Poland in the 20th century.
The partners of KG Legal received an invitation to 4th Estreicher Conference organized on 29 September, 2017 by the Society of Friends of Fine Arts in Cracow and the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.
The Conference is devoted to the topic of plundering of the works of art in Poland in the 20th century. The subject of the event is a part of KG Legal specialization in the field of rendering legal advice for the international art market based on the Polish law.
An article written by KG Legal lawyers in the first issue of the Market and Art Magazine. The main motto of the quarterly is the expertise of a work of art. Eminent specialists have spoken about it, including Irena Bal (art historian) and Teresa Maria Pabis (specialist).
KG Legal lawyers wrote an article on the expertise of a work of art in legal proceedings, discussing its meaning and giving examples from case law. You can find the article on the website http://rynekisztuka.pl/2017/09/20/pierwszy-numer-magazynu-risz-juz-dostepny/
Participants of the second expert panel were Marek Borzestowski from Giza Polish Venture and Michał Latacz, Innovation Activator, NOA, Mimesis Tech.
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