Art and cultural property law - General

Our contribution “Art Law: Belgium” to Lexology In-Depth(*): Art Law - Edition 4(**) is now available via the In-Depth section of the Lexology platform using the following link:

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(*) In-Depth (formerly The Law Reviews) provides analysis of global legal issues and their commercial implications, written by thought leaders at the world’s top law firms. In-Depth’s editors are internationally renowned specialists in key practice areas and industries, while their network of practitioners includes more than 1,200 law firms covering over 80 areas of law. By bringing these experts together, In-Depth acts as an essential information tool helping in-house counsel, governments and corporate officers to look beyond their own borders and explore strategic solutions in foreign jurisdictions.

(**) Art Law

Editors: Lawrence M Kaye and Howard N Spiegler

Kaye Spiegler PLLC

In-Depth: Art Law (formerly The Art Law Review) is a unique global overview of this dynamic and growing area of legal expertise. With a focus on recent trends and developments in key jurisdictions worldwide, it examines a wide range of topics including art disputes; fakes, forgeries and authentication; art transactions; artist rights; trusts and foundations; and much more.

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