Brief Amicus Curiae of the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art, the Entertainment, Media, Intellectual Property and Sports Law Section of the New York County Lawyers' Association, Second Generation of Los Angeles, Yehuda Bauer, Michael J. Bazyler, Michael Berenbaum, Judy Chicago & Donald Woodman, Talbert D'Alemberte, Hedy Epstein, Klara Firestone, Renee Firestone, Irving Greenberg, Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Arthur R. Miller, Stephen Smith, Mel Weiss, et al., Filed in the Supreme Court of the United States in No. 10-1385, Grosz v. The Museum of Modern Art
44 Pages Posted: 15 Jun 2011
Date Written: June 13, 2011
Lower courts' improper judicial fact-finding contrary to true historical facts and misguided foreign affairs/preemption concerns in Holocaust-era art cases.
Keywords: Holocaust, WWII, War, Preemption, Iqbal, Twombley, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Relations, Executive, States, California, New York, Demand and Refusal, MOMA, Museum, Art, Grosz, Artist, Hitler, Nazi
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