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News Stories for July 2015

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Looted in Mosul, sold in Munich? Germany's clampdown on illicit trade
Dalje 30 July 2015
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Poland, Make Restitution, Urge State Officials In Letter
The Jewish Week 30 July 2015
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An interview with Wesley A. Fisher on the restitution of Nazi-looted art
AMA 30 July 2015
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Finding stolen works a huge challenge
The Canadian Jewish News 29 July 2015
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Returning Nazi-looted art in Canada
The Canadian Jewish News 29 July 2015
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Anmerkung zur Empfehlung der Beratenden Kommission im Fall „Behrens ./. Düsseldorf“* - A Comment on the Recommendation of the German Advisory Commission in the case of Behrens/Dusseldorf
Zeitschrift für offene Vermögensfragen 29 July 2015
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V&A Director Martin Roth Attacks Artists and Opponents of Germany's New Heritage Law
Artnet 29 July 2015
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Lauder Hires ACG to Pursue Nazi-Stolen Art
O'Dwyer's 27 July 2015
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Invitation is still open to fill in the provenance gaps
The Financial Times 25 July 2015
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Statute of Limitations Issues in Looted-Art Cases
The Legal Intelligencer 22 July 2015
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Senate Appropriations Committee Bill Would Give Strong Backing To State Department on Holocaust-Era Assets
Art Law Report 21 July 2015
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Tulsa World editorial: OU should return art stolen by Nazis
Tulsa World 20 July 2015
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The owners of restituted artworks have every right to sell them
Apollo 20 July 2015
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Descendant fighting for art stolen in WWII
The San Diego Tribune 18 July 2015
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Lack of provenance is not necessarily suspect
Financial Times 18 July 2015
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Georg Baselitz leads fight against German cultural minister's radical proposals
The Art Newspaper 16 July 2015
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Art dealer's 'ambulance chasers' Holocaust restitution jibe criticised
Jewish Chronicle 15 July 2015
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U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Provision on Holocaust Restitution Clears Senate Hurdle
WJRO Press Release 14 July 2015
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Munich Court Requests Psychological Opinion Concerning Gurlitt’s Competence to Make Will
Art Law Report 14 July 2015
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Dealer Julian Agnew Compares Seeking Nazi Loot Restitution to “Ambulance Chasing"
Artnet 13 July 2015
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The ‘Sherlock Holmes’ of Nazi-looted art
AFP 12 July 2015
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A symbol of families and homes that were obliterated
Financial Times 11 July 2015
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Proposed Law Regulating Art Sales Would Destroy German Art Market Experts Say
Artnet 10 July 2015
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German court studying Gurlitt will seeks psychiatric report
AP 10 July 2015
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U.S. museums and Looted art—is it whether you win or how you play?
Art Law Report 9 July 2015
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Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation: application of Spanish law of adverse possession vests title to Pissaro painting in Spanish museum, not original owner’s heirs
Lexology 9 July 2015
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How my family recovered a painting stolen by the Nazis and sold it for $2.9 million
Yahoo Finance 7 July 2015
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‘Picasso’ artwork found in attic was fake
Metro 6 July 2015
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Museum hands back Renaissance riches linked to Nazi looters
The Telegraph 4 July 2015
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The auction of nearly all restituted works of art is inevitable
Financial Times 4 July 2015
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Klimt Foundation Deal with Heirs of Portrait Owner Comes to Fruition at Sotheby’s
JDSupra 3 July 2015
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A number of US museums fail to address Nazi-looted art claims, says report
Museums Association 3 July 2015
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