The Federal Bar Association is excited to present its 2nd Annual Art Law & Litigation Seminar. This absorbing and instructive conference held on December 6 in Miami, Florida offers a vital dialogue within the legal community and art world.
The expansion of the international art market has brought new importance to understanding the practice of law and rules that govern art. Hosted by the South Florida Chapter, attendees of the FBA’s Art Law & Litigation Seminar will enjoy a Welcome Reception on Tuesday, December 5 followed by CLE sessions, curated lectures, and panel discussions on Wednesday, December 6 covering an assortment of art law topics at Akerman LLP in Miami. Attendees will also participate in exclusive networking opportunities with global art law visionaries.
The Art Law & Litigation Seminar will be housed at the plush Brickell City Centre, a mixed-use complex of luxury condos, office buildings, hotel, and stores that has transformed Miami’s financial district into an energetic work, live, shop, and eat locale. Take advantage of reduced registration rates by signing up today for the Art Law & Litigation Seminar: http://www.fedbar.org/Education/Calendar-CLE-events/2017-Art-Law-Litigation-Conference.aspx.
The Miami area is bursting with artistic energy in early December as designers, artists, business owners, gallerists, auctioneers, museum curators, collectors, and lawyers descend upon Art Basel Miami Beach, which runs from December 7-10 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Art Basel Miami Beach draws people from around the world, from Singapore to San Francisco and Florence to Fez. The biggest contemporary art event in America, with roughly $3 billion of art on display, attracted about 78,000 people last year.
The FBA, an innovator in art law education, has developed a seminar designed for practicing attorneys as well as art world professionals and enthusiasts who seek to enhance their knowledge of contracts, intellectual property law, commercial codes, provenance, criminal law, estate planning, and insurance matters.
Taking place on December 6 during the opening of famed Art Basel in Miami, attendees of the Art Law & Litigation Seminar will be immersed in the world’s largest collective contemporary art fair, where top dealers, collectors, celebrities, and art journalists convene. Session topics will highlight a myriad of art-related themes including museum administration, artist-dealer relations, artists’ rights, and art appraisals.
Issues surrounding the creation, sale, collection, and display of art as well as authenticity and title will receive special attention at the Art Law & Litigation Seminar, with experts evaluating pertinent statutes, ordinances, newsworthy art law developments, regulations, case law, and treaties.
The Art Law & Litigation Seminar offers a fresh perspective into art, law, and business from top professionals with years of experience working in this multidisciplinary field. Sign up now at http://www.fedbar.org/Education/Calendar-CLE-events/2017-Art-Law-Litigation-Conference.aspx to enjoy reduced registration rates!
Stacy Slotnick, Esq. holds a J.D., cum laude, from Touro Law Center and a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She performs a broad range of duties as an entertainment lawyer, including drafting and negotiating contracts; addressing and litigating trademark, copyright, patent, and other IP issues; and directing the strategy and implementation of public relations, blogging, and social media campaigns.