Study Forum - London - 8th June 2013
An introduction to the law relating to art and antiquities
Speakers include Tony Baumgartner (partner, Clyde & Co LLP), Catherine Dobson (barrister, 39 Essex Street), Elizabeth Emerson (tax associate, Olswang LLP), Richard Harwood QC (39 Essex Street), Jordan Holland (barrister, 5 Stone Buildings), Professor Norman Palmer QC (3 Stone Buildings), Nicholas Queree (solicitor, Peters and Peters LLP), Paul Stevenson (barrister, Tanfield Chambers)
Subjects to be covered include contract, tort, bailment, criminal law, art and taxation and the protection of the historic environment.
The seminar will be held at Notre Dame University, 1 Suffolk Street, London starting at 10.15 am and finishing at 5pm.
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