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Italy relaxes stringent export laws for post-war art

... photographs. The shift, which is in line with the policies of the UK and French national archives, was supported by a petition of almost 4,500 Italian academics, including the late Umberto Eco. Italy relaxes stringent export laws for post-war art #Law #Art_trade #Art_exports

Lygia Pape's daughter sues LG Electronics over cellphone wallpaper

... and that all artists will be more protected against such egregious misconduct in the future." LG's counsel, John A. Mancini of Mayer Brown LLP, could not be reached for comment. Lygia Pape's daughter sues LG Electronics over cellphone wallpaper #Law #Art_law #Lygia_Pape

Hobby Lobby agrees to pay $3m fine for Iraqi looted artefacts

... decide the fate of the objects. Those with ownership claims to the objects now have 60 days to file an application to repatriate them. After that the Iraqi government may file its own claim. Hobby Lobby agrees to pay $3m fine for Iraqi looted artefacts #Law #Loot #Iraq

Yves Bouvier clears legal hurdle in Singapore

... Accent Delight, says the "decision contains no finding on the substance" of their dispute and "merely constitutes another procedural incident in a complex international litigation". Yves Bouvier clears legal hurdle in Singapore #Law #Yves_Bouvier

Lawsuit against art historian over fake Rothko settled out of court

... claim brought against both Knoedler and Freedman by Frances Hamilton White, over a Jackson Pollock she and her then-husband bought in 2000 for $3.1m, is ongoing. Lawsuit against art historian over fake Rothko settled out of court #Fakes_&_copies #Law

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