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.
Bartko Zankel Bunzel Joins Globaladvocaten
Bartko Zankel Bunzel & Miller is proud to announce its membership in Globaladvocaten, a network of 23 mid-sized, independent law firms across Europe and the United States. Founded in 1990, Globaladvocaten’s member firms have offices in 27 different countries and include 370 partners and over 800 lawyers. The network enables our clients to tap into expert lawyers providing worldwide solutions. Globaladvocaten is ranked within the top band for “Leading Regional Law Firm Networks” by Chambers and Partners.
Nazi-Looted Reinhold Begas Sculpture Returned to Jewish Family by the City of Berlin
The city of Berlin has returned a Nazi-looted sculpture to its rightful owners, the family of the former publishing mogul Rudolf Mosse.
Benjamin K. Riley Publishes Article in the Litigation Commentary & Review eJournal on “Catch the Conscience!” – Scripting a Winning Opening Statement
The January/February 2017 edition of the 9 Litigation Commentary & Review features an article by Benjamin K. Riley on “Catch the Conscience!" - Scripting a Winning Opening Statement. See a copy of the article here.
Jayne Laiprasert Publishes Article in the ABTL Report on Business as Usual: Email Evidence and the Business Records Exception in the Ninth Circuit
The Winter 2016 edition of the ABTL Report - Northern California, Volume 25, No. 1, features an article by Jayne Laiprasert on “Business as Usual: Email Evidence and the Business Records Exception in the Ninth Circuit.” See a copy of the article here.