Michael E. Salzman serves as the firm’s general counsel and is co-chair of the Art Law group. He has litigated precedent-setting cases involving authenticity disputes and the rights of buyers, sellers, auction houses and non-profit collections. He also advises buyers and sellers in art transactions.
Daniel H. Weiner heads the firm’s commercial litigation practice and is co-chair of its Art Law group. For the past thirty-two years, he has regularly represented museums, auction houses, galleries, artists and collectors in resolving disputes involving works of fine and decorative art. As one of the country’s leading art lawyers, Dan was recently selected to serve as an arbitrator for the Court of Arbitration for Art in The Hague. Dan is recognized by Chambers USA and Legal500, and is described by those in the field as “a big name in this market and a real considerable presence in this area.”
Meaghan Gragg is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department and Art Law group. She has represented artists, collectors, art advisors, estates, galleries, museums, non-profits and others in a variety of matters, including negotiating and drafting purchase and sale, consignment, representation, commission and licensing agreements and resolving disputes involving works of fine art.
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