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Culture and Conflict, IAL Seminar, London, 27 January 2014

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A one-day seminar with the generous support of the global law firm Clyde & Co LLP

This seminar will examine the steps to be taken prior to the outbreak of hostilities in order to protect a nation's cultural heritage, and the methods adopted once war has ceased in order to ensure that art, antiquities, archives and other cultural artefacts are restored to their rightful ownership.

The seminar will be chaired by Tony Baumgartner of Clyde & Co, and other speakers include Melanie Aspey (Rothschild Archive), Evelien Campfens (Dutch Restitutions Committee), Kevin Chamberlain CMG (barrister), Julia Cornett (solicitor), Norman Palmer QC, CBE (barrister), Jeremy Scott (Lipman Karas), Isabel von Klitzing (provenance researcher).

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Culture and Conflict
a one-day seminar in London
27th January 2014
 

Programme

10.20

Welcome

 

10.30

Tony Baumgartner (partner, Clyde & Co LLP)

Mike Roderick (partner, Clyde & Co LLP)

Insuring for the Perils of Conflict

11.20

Kevin Chamberlain (barrister)

The Hague Convention and its Two Protocols

11.50

Professor Peter Stone

Cultural Property Protection and the Blue Shield

12.10

Julia Cornett (solicitor)

Moving Art to a Place of Safety

12.40

Alexander Herman (Academic Co-ordinator, Institute of Art and Law)

Monuments Men: The Facts, The Law, The Movie

1.00

Lunch

 

1.45

Professor Norman Palmer QC
(3 Stone Buildings; member Spoliation Advisory Panel)

Recurrent and novel questions involving Holocaust-related art: lighting the path ahead

2.15

Isabel von Klitzing (Provenance Research & Art Consulting)

Identifying the spoils of war- provenance research at work

2.35

Jeremy Scott
(Partner, Lipman Karas LLP)

Individual instances of recovery: the return of the Beneventan Missal

3.00

Melanie Aspey
(Director, The Rothschild Archive)

Individual instances of recovery: recovering archives – a special case

3.20

Coffee

 

 

3.40

Professor Norman Palmer QC

Evelien Campfens (Director, Dutch Restitutions Committee)

Dr Imke Gielen (lawyer, Von Trott zu Solz Lammek, Berlin)

The Work of state agencies to return spoliated art:  UK, Netherlands, France and Germany

4.45

Closing remarks

 

5.00

Drinks

 

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