U.S. Museums' Use of Declaratory Judgment Actions in Nazi-Looted Art Disputes

ART, CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND HERITAGE LAW NEWSLETTER, International Bar Association Legal Practice, pp. 7-8, Division, London, England, October 2007

3 Pages Posted: 12 Jul 2007 Last revised: 28 Oct 2007

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Jennifer Anglim Kreder

Northern Kentucky University - Salmon P. Chase College of Law

Abstract

Short article for publication in the International Bar Association Legal Practice Division, Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Newsletter October 2007. It discusses recent declaratory judgment actions filed by U.S. museums faced with Nazi-looted art claims.

Keywords: Nazi, Holocaust, Toledo, Ullin, Detroit, declaratory, quiet title, WWII, Nathan, van gogh, gaugin, AAMD, Orkin, Taylor, mauthner, ICOM

Suggested Citation

Kreder, Jennifer Anglim, U.S. Museums' Use of Declaratory Judgment Actions in Nazi-Looted Art Disputes. ART, CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND HERITAGE LAW NEWSLETTER, International Bar Association Legal Practice, pp. 7-8, Division, London, England, October 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=999666

Jennifer Anglim Kreder (Contact Author)

Northern Kentucky University - Salmon P. Chase College of Law ( email )

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