Art Antiquity and Law - General Index 1996 - 2014 - C

 

Topics covered:

Canada
Chabad
Charities
China
Choice of Law
Codes
Coleridge Collar
Collections
Collectors
Commercial Law
Commission Agreements
Compensation
Conditional Exemption
Conflict of Laws
Conservation

 



Consumer Protection
Contract
Conversion
Copyright
Corporations
Criminal Law
Cultural Heritage Protection
Cultural Rights
Curators

 

Canada 2004 IX-1 Robert K. Paterson and Tore Modeen Canadian and Finnish Cultural Property Export Controls as the Basis for a Model Law
Canada 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
Canada 2002 VII-1 David Walden Working 'Without' Unidroit: A Canadian Perspective
Canada 2009 XIV-1 Vivian F. Wang Deductions and Donations: Tax Policy as a Manifestation of Attitudes About Art in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada
Canada 2012 XVII-1 Pamela Sidey Paintings, Politics and the ‘True North Strong and Free’: The Legislation and Litigation of the McMichael Canadian Collection Art Mandate
Canada 2012 XVII-2 Camille Israel State Protected, State Owned, State Sanctioned: Cultural Heritage and the Right of Pre-emption
Canada 2012 XVII-3 Julia Winters The 'Status of the Artist' under Canadian Law
Chabad 2013 XVIII-4 Patricia Kennedy Grimsted Chabad Sacred Texts, Russian-American Art Loans and a Tall Ship Named ‘Hope’: Beyond Cold War over a Restitution Claim?
Charities 1996 I-1 Paul Kearns Art in the Law of Charitable Trusts
Charity law 2006 XI-1 Sir Anthony Mason Statutory Obligation v. Moral Obligation in the World of Charity: A.G. v. The Trustees of the British Museum
Charity law 2008 XIII-3 Jessica Caban Charity, Morality and the Relinquishment of Objects from Museum Collections
China 1996 I-1 David Murphy Art Auctions in China
China 1999 IV-1 Zhou Lin Art Law in China
China 2000 V-1 Zhou Lin Problems and Strategies for Art Auctions in China
China 2000 V-1 He Shuzhong The Mainland's Environment and the Protection of China's Cultural Heritage
China 2001 VI-3 Zhou Lin The Amendment of Chinese Copyright Law
China 2003 VIII-1 John Yarwood Integrating Conservation Strategies into the Overall Development Process
China 2003 VIII-2 Melvin Soudijin and Edgar Tijhuis Some Perspectives on the Illicit Antiquities Trade in China
China 2008 XIII-1 Phillip Newell The PRC’s Law for the Protection of Cultural Relics
China 2008 XIII-2 Deming Liu Love and Hate: Money, Copyright, and Creativity for Fine Arts in China
China 2009 XIV-1 Gao Sheng Recovering Illegally Removed Cultural Property and Improving Cultural Property Protection: A Chinese Perspective
China 2009 XIV-2 Ling Ji The Two Zodiacs: Possible Methods for Returning Lost Relics to China
China 2009 XIV-4 Rhonda Schechter Preventing Pillage and Promoting Politics: the Dual Goals of the US-China Bilateral Agreement
China 2014 XIX-1 Mia Logan Limiting Access to Art in Hopes of Decreased Cultural Property Destruction: An Assessment of the United States and China’s Memorandum of Understanding for 2014
Choice of Law 2010 XV-1 Matthias Weller Choice-of-Law Rules for Droit de Suite: the German Model
Codes 1997 II-2 Antony Griffiths Codes of Conduct
Codes of Ethics 2013 XVIII-3 Leila Amineddoleh The Role of Museums in the Trade of Black Market Cultural Heritage Property
Coleridge Collar 2013 XVIII-1 Paul Stevenson The Mystery of the Coleridge Collar: William Duke Coleridge, 5th Baron Coleridge of Ottery St Mary v. Sotheby’s
Collections 1998 III-2 Ian McCulloch and Jessica Koravos The Burrell Showcase
Collections 1998 III-2 Patrick O'Keefe Incidental Collections: Protection Against Dispersal
Collections 1998 III-3 Wojciech Kowalski Protecting the Integrity of a Complex Heritage Object
Collections 1998 III-4 Patrick O'Keefe The Council of Europe Recommendation on Historic Complexes
Collectors 2007 XII-1 Lyndel Prott Van Leeuwen: the Compulsive Collector
Collectors 2009 XIV-4 Samson Spanier Customs Duties and Collectors’ Pieces: Revenue and Customs Collectors v. West
Commercial 2012 XVII-2 Nina Neuhaus Antiquities Business as a Matrimonial Asset: Rossi v. Rossi
Commercial exploitation 2013 XVIII-2 Patrick O'Keefe ‘Commercial Exploitation’: its Prohibition in the UNESCO Convention on Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage Convention 2001 and Other Instruments
Commission Agreements 1999 IV-2 A.H. Hudson Agency and the Sale of Paintings
Commission Agreements 1999 IV-2 Ramona Mehta Nahum v. Royal Holloway and Bedford New College: Agents and Oral Commission Agreements
Companies 1999 IV-3 A.H. Hudson Limited Liability and the Director's Warranties - Ojjeh v. Waller and Galerie Moderne
Compensation 2007 XII-1 Maria O. Wantuch and Anne Niethammer Compensation for Nazi Wrongdoing: the Case for an Integrated Approach
Conditional exemption 1997 II-4 Heather Wilson State Intervention - Fiscal Incentives and Financial Assistance
Conflict of Laws 2008 XIII-1 Melanie Bristow Auction Sales and Negligent Misstatement in the Conflict of Laws: Morin v. Bonhams & Brooks Ltd
Conservation 1997 II-2 Kathryn Walker Tubb Focusing beyond the Microscope: Ethical Considerations in Conservation
Conservation 1999 IV-2 Wojciech Kowalski Conservation of Works of Art Under Polish Copyright Law
Conservation 2002 VII-1 Wojciech Kowalski Still Unfinished History of Biblical Finds of Qumran
Conservation 2003 VIII-1 John Yarwood Integrating Conservation Strategies into the Overall Development Process
Conservation 2007 XII-1 Morwenna Blewett Restoring for the Reich: Commercial and Institutional Restorers in the Service of the Nazi Kleptocracy
Consumer protection 1996 I-1 Norman Palmer Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1994
Consumer protection 2014 XIX-2 Gregor Kleinknecht and Petra Williams-Lescht Seller Beware? Consumer Protection in Art Transactions
Contract 1996 I-1 Norman Palmer Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1994
Contract 1996 I-2 Sir Anthony Mason Exploiting the Weaker Party: Unconscionable, Unequal and Disadvantageous Transactions in Art
Contract 1996 I-3 Elisabeth Peden Implied Terms and the Usage of Artists' Copyright: Danowski v. Henry Moore Foundation
Contract 1999 IV-2 A.H. Hudson Agency and the Sale of Paintings
Contract 1999 IV-2 Ramona Mehta Nahum v. Royal Holloway and Bedford New College: Agents and Oral Commission Agreements
Contract 2005 X-3 A.H. Hudson A Tale of Two Urns: Dating and Attribution of Art and Antiques (Taylor Thomson v. Christie's)
Contract 2006 XI-3 Edward Manisty Private Treaty Sale to a Museum of Heritage Chattels when the Acquiring Institution is not a Body within Schedule 3 Inheritance Act 1983
Contract 2006 XI-4 A.H. Hudson Contract Transformed into Tort – Pledges and Pawns: AITC v. Bond Street Jewellers Ltd and Condrup
Contract 2007 XII-2 Philip Davis Wynn or Lose? A Frustrating Case
Contract 2008 XIII-3 A.H. Hudson Anticipatory Breach of Long Running Contracts: Damages and Events After Breach: Golden Strait Corporation v. Nippon Yusen Kubishka Kaisha
Contract 2009 XIV-3 A.H. Hudson On-Line Auctions and Specific Performance: Smythe v. Thomas
Contract 2009 XIV-4 A.H. Hudson Exclusion of Preliminary Materials in Interpretation: Chartbrook Ltd v. Persimmon Homes Ltd
Contract 2010 XV-2 A.H. Hudson Filling the Gap: Attorney-General of Belize v. Belize Telecom Ltd
Contract 2010 XV-4 A.H. Hudson Problems in Formation of Contracts and Damages:  Durham Tees Valley Airport Ltd v. Bmibaby
Contract 2011 XVI-2 Norman Palmer Identifying the Parties to an Art Transaction: Mainline Private Hire Ltd v. Nolan
Contract 2011 XVI-2 A.H. Hudson An Exception to an Exception: the Art Gallery and its Stock-in-Trade - Mortimer-Rae v. Bartell (1979)
Contract 2012 XVII-4 Elizabeth Emerson The Need for Contractual Precision: Spencer-Churchill v. Faggionato Fine Arts Ltd
Contract 2013 XVIII-3 Harry Martin The Contractual Importance of Committing to Paper: Deakin v. Card Rax Ltd
Contract 2014 XIX-1 Katharine Mason Agency and the Enforceability of Agreements: Gaydamak v. Leviev
Contract 2014 XIX-2 Gregor Kleinknecht and Petra Williams-Lescht Seller Beware? Consumer Protection in Art Transactions
Contract 2014 XIX-3 Katharine Mason Terminating a Bespoke Agreement: Artpower Ltd & Anor v. Bespoke Couture Ltd
Conversion 2005 X-2 A.H. Hudson Auctions and Conversion (Marcq v. Christie's)
Conversion 2008 XIII-2 Kevin Chamberlain The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Cultural Heritage Laws: Iran v. Barakat
Conversion 2010 XV-4 A.H. Hudson Divesting Abandonment and Conversion:  Robot Arenas and Hoppitt v. Waterfield
Conversion 2014 XIX-2 Katharine Mason Fast Cars, Gifts and Conversion: Ecclestone v. Khyami
Copyright 1996 I-1 Andrew Kenyon Australian Aboriginal Art, Carpets and Copyright
Copyright 1996 I-2 Booton Art in the Law of Copyright: Legal Determinations of Artistic Merit under United Kingdom Copyright Law
Copyright 1996 I-3 Elisabeth Peden Implied Terms and the Usage of Artists' Copyright: Danowski v. Henry Moore Foundation
Copyright 1997 II-2 Helen Simpson and David Booton The New Publication Right: how it will affect Museums and Galleries
Copyright 1997 II-2 Peter Wienand Museums as International Copyright Owners
Copyright 1997 II-1 Terri Janke The Application of Copyright and other Intellectual Property Laws to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural and Intellectual Property
Copyright 1998 III-4 Andrew Kenyon Communal Interests in Copyright to Australian Aboriginal Art (Bulun Bulun v. R&T Textiles Pty Ltd)
Copyright 1998 III-4 Simon Stokes Art, Digitisation and Copyright: Some Current Issues
Copyright 1999 IV-2 Wojciech Kowalski Conservation of Works of Art Under Polish Copyright Law
Copyright 2004 IX-4 Barbara Hoffman Copyright and the First Amendment: Defining the Delicate Balance
Copyright 2000 V-1 Simon Stokes Copyright in Photographs of Works of Art: the Bridgeman Litigation
Copyright 2000 V-1 Simon Stokes Copyright in Commissioned Paintings - Durand v. Molino
Copyright 2000 V-3 Simon Stokes E-commerce and Copyright: Legal Issues for Museums
Copyright 2001 VI-3 John Phillips Are Designs Properly Protected? An Overview
Copyright 2001 VI-3 Zhou Lin The Amendment of Chinese Copyright Law
Copyright 2001 VI-3 Jonathan Turner When is Inspiration Lawful?
Copyright 2002 VII-1 Wojciech Kowalski Still Unfinished History of Biblical Finds of Qumran
Copyright 2002 VII-3 Simon Stokes Copyright and the Reproduction of Artistic Works
Copyright 2005 X-3 Molly Torsen Anonymous, Untitled, Mixed Media': Mixing Intellectual Property Law with Other Legal Philosophies to Protect Traditional Cultural Expressions
Copyright 2006 XI-1 Molly Torsen Beyond an Oil Canvas: New Media and Presentation Formats Challenge International Copyright Law's Ability to Protect the Interests of the Contemporary Artist
Copyright 2006 XI-2 Simon Stokes Artist’s Resale Right – A Summary of the Artist’s Resale Right Regulations 2006
Copyright 2008 XIII-2 Molly Torsen The Artist, the Muse and the Audience: International Calibrations for Authorial Rights in Visual Works
Copyright 2008 XIII-2 Deming Liu Love and Hate: Money, Copyright, and Creativity for Fine Arts in China
Copyright 2009 XIV-3 Anthony Misquitta What is Art? Artistic Craftmanship Revisited: Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth
Copyright 2012 XVII-4 Barbara Lauriat Semi-Formal Copyright: the Past and Future of Orphan Works
Copyright 2013 XVIII-3 Paul Kearns A Hidden Minority: A Comparative Study of the Rights of Artists in England, France and the USA
Copyright 2014 XIX-3 Antonella Barbieri and Federica De SantisStampa Copyright Protection for Designs: the Approach of the Italian Courts and Italian Law Flos v. Semeraro
Copyright 2014 XIX-4 Alexander Herman The Year of Living Exceptionally: New Copyright Exceptions in UK Law
Copyright 2014 XIX-4 Daniela Simone Unlocking Orphan Works: A New Licensing Scheme
Corporations 2003 VIII-4 Luke Harris The Criminal Liability of Corporations
Crime 2013 XVIII-1 Andrzej Jakubowski Cultural Property under the Threat of Seizure: (Re)Defining the Limits of State Immunity in the Face of International Crimes
Criminal Law 1996 I-3 Charles Hill Recovering Stolen Art: Practical Recovery Issues and the Role of Law Enforcement Agencies
Criminal Law 1997 II-1 Norman Palmer and Janet Ulph Art in Police Custody: the Police (Property) Act 1897 in Context
Criminal Law 1997 II-4 Richard Ireland 'The Policeman and the Rail': Crime and Punishment in the Paintings of W.P. Frith
Criminal Law 1998 III-4 Ian Snaith Art, Antiques and the Fruits of Crime: Laundering, Investigations and Confiscation (Part I)
Criminal Law 1999 IV-1 Ian Snaith Art, Antiquities and the Fruits of Crime: Laundering, Investigation and Confiscation (Part II)
Criminal Law 1999 IV-1 Richard Ireland Howard and the Paparazzi: Painting Penal Reform in the Eighteenth Century
Criminal Law 2004 IX-2 Christine Alder and Kenneth Polk Examining Claims of Fraud and Deception in Australian Aboriginal Art
Criminal Law 2001 VI-1 Patrick O'Keefe The Use of Criminal Offences in UNESCO Countries: Australia, Canada and the U.S.A.
Criminal Law 2001 VI-2 Elaine Paintin The Criminal Offence under the Treasure Act 
Criminal Law 2001 VI-4 Humphrey Wine The Missing Goya: Section 11 of the Theft Act 1968
Criminal Law 2002 VII-2 Simon Mackenzie Illicit Antiquities, Criminological Theory and the Deterrent Power of Criminal Sanctions for Targeted Populations
Criminal Law 2002 VII-4 Tristan Shek Obscenity Laws and Art Exhibitions
Criminal Law 2003 VIII-1 Paul Kearns Controversial Art and the Criminal Law
Criminal Law 2003 VIII-1 Leila Anglade The Portrait of Pastor Adrianus Tegularius by Franz Hals: the Schloss Case before the French Criminal Courts
Criminal Law 2003 VIII-4 Martha Lufkin Criminal Liability for Receiving State-Claimed Antiquities in the United States: The 'Schultz' Case
Criminal Law 2003 VIII-4 Richard Harwood Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003
Criminal Law 2003 VIII-4 Luke Harris The Criminal Liability of Corporations
Criminal Law 2005 X-1 Gitanjali Deb Stealing Gods: Illegal Trade in Indian Antiquities
Criminal Law 2005 X-4 Simon Mackenzie Criminal and Victim Profiles in Art Theft: Motive, Opportunity and Repeat Victimisation 
Criminal Law 2006 XI-2 Gertrude M. Prescott A Different Kind of ‘Special’: The Metropolitan Police’s Art and Antiques Unit’s Initiative ArtBEAT
Criminal Law 2009 XIV-1 Patty Gerstenblith Schultz and Barakat: Universal Recognition of National Ownership of Antiquities
Criminal Law 2010 XV-1 Kate Warner Theft of Cultural Heritage:  R. v. Hakimzadeh
Criminal Law 2010 XV-2 Norman Palmer  Acquiring Property in Treasure and the Duty to Notify:  The Coroners and Justice Act 2009 and the New Criminal Offence
Criminal Law 2011 XVI-1 Janet Ulph The Impact of the Criminal Law and Money Laundering Measures upon the Illicit Trade in Art and Antiquities
Criminal Law 2011 XVI-3 Gertrude M. Prescott Tackling Heritage Crime
Criminal law 2014 XIX-3 Carolyn Shelbourn A Tale of Two Prosecutions: Prosecuting Heritage Crime in England and the United States – A Cautionary Tale
Cultural Heritage Protection 1997 II-2 Julia Simmonds UNESCO World Heritage Convention
Cultural Heritage Protection 1997 II-4 Patrick O'Keefe Use of Databases to Combat Theft of Cultural Heritage Material
Cultural Heritage Protection 1998 III-2 Elissa Myerowitz Protecting Cultural Property During a Time of War
Cultural Heritage Protection 1998 III-3 Derek Gillman The Export of National Treasures: Reasonable or Treasonable?
Cultural Heritage Protection 2004 IX-3 Jan Hladik The UNESCO Declaration Concerning the International Destruction of Cultural Heritage
Cultural Heritage Protection 2003 VIII-2 John Yarwood Cultural Warfare
Cultural Heritage Protection 2005 X-1 Craig Forrest The Protection of Cultural Heritage in South Africa, and its Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention
Cultural Heritage Protection 2005 X-1 J.P. Sigmond Some Thoughts on the Importance of Cultural Heritage and the Protection of Cultural Goods
Cultural Heritage Protection 2005 X-3 Gertrude M. Prescott The Case of the Queue: A Legal and Ethical Consultation Document
Cultural Heritage Protection 2006 XI-1 Ian Upjohn The Protection of Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Australian Domestic Law
Cultural Heritage Protection 2006 XI-3 Dawn Watkins The Value of Art or the Art we Value?
Cultural Heritage Protection 2008 XIII-1 Phillip Newell The PRC’s Law for the Protection of Cultural Relics
Cultural Heritage Protection 2008 XIII-2 Kevin Chamberlain The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Cultural Heritage Laws: Iran v. Barakat
Cultural Heritage Protection 2008 XIII-2 Lyndel Prott The History and Development of Processes for the Recovery of Cultural Heritage
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-1 Gao Sheng Recovering Illegally Removed Cultural Property and Improving Cultural Property Protection: A Chinese Perspective
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-1 Manlio Frigo Protection of Cultural Property on Loan – Anti-Seizure and State Immunity Laws: An Italian Perspective
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-1 Matthias Weller The Safeguarding of Foreign Cultural Objects on Loan in Germany
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-1 Vivian F. Wang Deductions and Donations: Tax Policy as a Manifestation of Attitudes About Art in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-2 Nawojka Cieślińska-Lobkowicz Dealing with Jewish Cultural Property in Post-War Poland
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-2 Ling Ji The Two Zodiacs: Possible Methods for Returning Lost Relics to China
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-3 Lyndel Prott Ten years in force – the UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
Cultural Heritage Protection 2009 XIV-3 Marina Papa Sokal Beyond the Nationalist-Internationalist Polarisation in the Protection of Archaeological Heritage
Cultural Heritage Protection 2010 XV-2 John Merryman Art Systems and Cultural Policy
Cultural Heritage Protection 2010 XV-2 Lyndel Prott The Sphinx within the Wall: A Tale of Two Germanies and Three Sphinxes
Cultural Heritage Protection 2010 XV-2 Jennifer Anglim Kreder and Xavier Beteta Understanding Guatemala’s Cultural Heritage: Extending Protection to  Colonial Art in the MoU between the US and Guatemala
Cultural Heritage Protection 2010 XV-3 Nicole van der Horst The Dutch Ratification of UNESCO: Implementation Acts and the Protection of Cultural Property
Cultural Heritage Protection 2010 XV-4 Julia Cornett Exiled Masterpieces: the Evacuation of the National Gallery and the Tate During the Second World War
Cultural Heritage Protection 2011 XVI-1 Daniel Kinsey Undertake Further Consultation: A Summary of the Review of the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 and Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Regulations 1987: Report of Public Consultation 2009
Cultural Heritage Protection 2011 XVI-1 Paul Stevenson A Titanic Struggle: One Possible Resolution of the Conflict between Preservation for the Public Good and Private Law Property Rights
Cultural Heritage Protection 2011 XVI-2 Alexandra Perloff-Giles Rebuilding Haiti: Legal Measures and Ongoing Efforts Concerning the Protection of Haitian Cultural Heritage
Cultural Heritage Protection 2011 XVI-2 Konstantin Parkhomenko  Taking Transnational Cultural Heritage Seriously: Towards a Global System for Resolving Disputes over Stolen and Illegally Exported Art
Cultural Heritage Protection 2011 XVI-3 Kurt Siehr Legal Aspects of the Mystification and Demystification of Cultural Property
Cultural Heritage Protection 2012 XVII-2 Camille Israel State Protected, State Owned, State Sanctioned: Cultural Heritage and the Right of Pre-emption
Cultural Heritage Protection 2012 XVII-2 Stefan Lunden Perspectives on Looting, the Illicit Antiquities Trade, Art and Heritage
Cultural Heritage Protection 2012 XVII-3 Katarzyna Zalasińska  Export of Cultural Goods: New Polish Regulations
Cultural Heritage Protection 2012 XVII-4 Gertrude M. Prescott Heritage Impacted: What we stand to lose if the Royal Institution of Great Britain sells its listed buildings and original home
Cultural Rights 1999 IV-3 Lyndel Prott Understanding One Another on Cultural Rights
Curators 2008 XIII-3 Norman Palmer The Curator’s Egg: Kamidian v. Holt
Customs Regulations 1999 IV-4 Andrea Biondi Gull-Wing Door Cars and The EC Common Customs Tariff: The Clees Case