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Lake Forest family's Renoir painting object of court fight about who is rightful owner
Ronald Lauder, Advocate of Art Restitution, Says His Museum Holds a Clouded Work
Pragmatic not Sympathetic US rejects ADR forum for Nazi looted art
Museum Welcomes Dispute Over Work
Opinion: Prosecutors' remarks about rape victim were wrong, unprofessional
GG's Bar and Grill closes abruptly; owner says landlord gave no warning
Op-Ed: Volunteers Shouldn't Have to Trespass to Maintain Dayton Cemetery
International law, cultural heritage & the arts: Subject of new ASIL Interest Group
Guest Blogger: Jennifer Kreder
Yom HaShoah Commemoration Inspires and Educates
Kreder on the Public Trust
U.S. Authorities Seize Painting From Museum, Say Nazis Stole It From Jewish Family
Reform of U.S. Cultural Property Policy: Accountability, Transparency, and Legal Certainty
Art Recovery Expert to Speak at Annual Communitywide Yom HaShoah Program
Kreder on the Public Trust
Authorities seize painting from Florida museum
Professor Jennifer Kreder Clarifies Statement Made to The New York Times about a 16th Century Painting on Extended Display in a Nazi-era Looted Art Dispute
A "Just and Fair Solution": Creating an Environment for Resolving Nazi Era Art Restitution Claims Equitably
Claims Conflict
US authorities seize painting from Fla. museum
Taking Greater Responsibility: Austria's Art Restitution Act and the Need for Further Reform
Reconciling Policy And Equity: The Ability Of The Internal Revenue Code To Resolve Disputes Regarding Nazi-Looted Art
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