Michael E. Salzman is co-chair of the firm’s art law group and a partner in the firm’s litigation department. 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. Among other things, he litigated the first case in the country involving the Visual Artists Rights Act.
Meaghan Gragg is a partner in the firm’s litigation department and art law practice 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, donation, representation and licensing agreements and resolving disputes involving works of fine art.
Webster D. McBride is a senior associate in the firm’s art law practice group. He counsels artists, auction houses, collectors, estates, galleries, investors, museums and others on issues ranging from authenticity to cultural heritage law and from fair use to use tax.
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