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Happy Holidays!

All of us at Center for Art Law join in wishing you a very happy New Year! Many thanks to our writers, partners and readers for supporting Center for Art Law. In 2013, we improved our website to offer lists of valuable art law resources. We expanded our reach into the Facebook- and Twitter-spheres and our subscriptions doubled. Our stories covered street art and looted art, tax and insurance disputes, forgeries and defamation, Syria and Mongolia, gambling and gifting, fair use and French art law cases

With international joint initiatives in the works and steady stream of legal cases pending, Center for Art Law is ready to take 2014 by storm. There will be book parties and awards, new internship opportunities and lectures, website improvements and expanded news coverage. Our gift to you this season, a tweet allegedly by Richard Prince on the recovery of possession of his paintings from the now-infamous "Canal Zone" series:

...to be continued

Irina Tarsis, Esq., Founder | itsartlaw@gmail.com

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