A panel of speakers examined a range of issues of concern to all those who work in the cultural heritage arena.
Organised by the Institute of Art and Law, subjects under consideration included criminal law - theft, handling, money laundering, the Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act, international conventions relating to art and antiquities, the High Court decision in Accidia v Dickinson
(duties owed by a dealer on the sale of an Old Master drawing).
Speakers included Tony Baumgartner (solicitor, Clyde & Co LLP), Kevin Chamberlain (barrister, York Chambers), Nicholas Queree (Hickman and Rose, Solicitors), Paul Stevenson (barrister, Tanfield Chambers), Professor Janet Ulph (University of Leicester), Elizabeth Weaver (barrister, XXIV Old Buildings).
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