Chuck La Bella is Panelist on the subject of “Managing the Unexpected in Trial” at the ABTL 44th Annual Seminar
On October 7, 2017, at the 44th Annual ABTL Joint Chapter Conference in Carlsbad, California, Chuck La Bella was a panelist on the subject of “managing the unexpected in trial."
Bartko Zankel Bunzel & Miller is Pleased to Announce That Commercial Real Estate Attorney, Hilda Senseney, is now a Principal of the Firm
Hilda is a member of the firm’s Transactional Real Estate Group. Her practice emphasizes retail and office leasing and acquisitions and dispositions of real property.
Rob Bunzel Invited to Join the Lawyers of Distinction and Recognized as Being in Top 10% of Lawyers in the USA for 2017
Nomination is based upon the Lawyers of Distinction Selection Committee’s own independent research. Potential candidates who meet the criteria of this screening process have demonstrated a high degree of peer recognition and professional competence, placing them in the top 10% of all attorneys in the United States.
Bartko Zankel Is Recognized in the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” 2017 Guide
Bartko Zankel is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized by the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” 2017 guide as one of the region’s Best Law Firms in two individual practice areas.
Benjamin K. Riley Publishes Article in the Litigation Magazine on Trying a Trade Secret Case: A Road Map
The Spring 2017 edition of the Litigation Magazine features an article by Benjamin K. Riley on Trying a Trade Secret Case: A Road Map. See a copy of the article here.
Historic alliance to locate looted Holocaust art is an exercise in ‘reconciliation’
Times of Isreal - With over 4,000 artworks to be recovered, an unprecedented cooperative of public and private institutions steamrolls restitution for the estate of exiled magnate Rudolf Mosse
Freie Universität Berlin and Heirs of German-Jewish Publisher Rudolf Mosse Collaborate in Search for Confiscated Works from Mosse’s Collection
Freie Universität Berlin - Spokespersons announced in Berlin unprecedented public/private partnership in provenance research between public institutions in Germany and descendants of victims of Nazi persecution. / The cooperation includes numerous institutions and museums.
German Foundation to Help Jewish Heirs in Search for Nazi Looted Art
New York Times - Shortly after the Nazis rose to power in Germany in 1933 the family of a prominent newspaper publisher there fled to France, leaving behind an eclectic art collection that included Benin bronzes, Egyptian antiquities and 20th-century realist paintings.
Press conference on March 7, 2017, in Berlin:
Unprecedented public/private partnership for provenance research: Collaborative search for confiscated works from the Rudolf Mosse Collection.