Subject: Lawsuit

Prehistoric skull leads to federal law suit in Wichita Falls

(United States of America; Mongolia)

Times Record News (2017). Prehistoric skull leads to federal law suit in Wichita Falls. Times Record News. 5 August.

Richard Prince Back in Court for Artwork Appropriated from Instagram

(United States of America)

Miss Rosen (2017). Richard Prince Back in Court for Artwork Appropriated from Instagram. Crave. 2 August.

Artist Ida Ekblad Wins the Right to Feature a CEO's 6-Year-Old Daughter in Her Work

(Germany)

Henri Neuendorf (2017). Artist Ida Ekblad Wins the Right to Feature a CEO's 6-Year-Old Daughter in Her Work. ArtNet News. 28 July.

Lygia Pape's Daughter Sues Electronics Giant LG for Copyright Infringement

(United States of America; Brazil)

Benjamin Sutton (2017). Lygia Pape's Daughter Sues Electronics Giant LG for Copyright Infringement. Hyperallergic. 27 July.

Christie's Must Reveal 5,000-Year-Old Idol's Secret Bidder to Turkey

(United States of America)

Adam Klasfeld (2017). Christie's Must Reveal 5,000-Year-Old Idol's Secret Bidder to Turkey. Courthouse News. 27 July.

After 26 Years, Munich Settles Case Over a Klee Looted by Nazis

(Germany)

Catherine Hickley (2017). After 26 Years, Munich Settles Case Over a Klee Looted by Nazis. The New York Times. 26 July.

Kylie Jenner is being sued by an artist for her lip drips — again

(United States of America)

Alle Connell (2017). Kylie Jenner is being sued by an artist for her lip drips — again. Revelist. 26 July.

Cady Noland Sues Three Galleries for Copyright Infringement Over Disavowed Log Cabin Sculpture

(United States of America)

Julia Halperin, Eileen Kinsella (2017). Cady Noland Sues Three Galleries for Copyright Infringement Over Disavowed Log Cabin Sculpture. ArtNet News. 21 July.

Moon bag that Chicago-area woman got for $995 sells for $1.8 million at auction

(United States of America)

Chicago Tribune (2017). Moon bag that Chicago-area woman got for $995 sells for $1.8 million at auction. Chicago Tribune. 20 July.

Motion to dismiss denied in copyright suit against Richard Prince and Gagosian

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2017). Motion to dismiss denied in copyright suit against Richard Prince and Gagosian. The Art Newspaper. 19 July.

Antiquities Dealer Sues Wall Street Journal Over ISIS Article

(United States of America)

Barry Meier (2017). Antiquities Dealer Sues Wall Street Journal Over ISIS Article. The New York Times. 17 July.

Chinese villagers demand identity of stolen mummy Buddha's new holder

(China; Netherlands)

Xinhua (2017). Chinese villagers demand identity of stolen mummy Buddha's new holder. Xinhua. 15 July.

Salvador Dalí's Body Will Be Exhumed Next Week as Surreal Paternity Battle Comes to a Head

(Spain)

Brian Boucher (2017). Salvador Dalí's Body Will Be Exhumed Next Week as Surreal Paternity Battle Comes to a Head. ArtNet News. 14 July.

China villagers launch Dutch court bid to retrieve mummy

(China; Netherlands)

BBC News (2017). China villagers launch Dutch court bid to retrieve mummy. BBC News. 14 July.

Chinese villagers to claim back stolen mummy Buddha in Dutch court

(China; Netherlands)

Liping Gu (2017). Chinese villagers to claim back stolen mummy Buddha in Dutch court. ECNS. 13 July.

Can a Monkey Make Money Off Its Art? PETA Presses the Courts to Grant a Macaque Copyright Protection

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2017). Can a Monkey Make Money Off Its Art? PETA Presses the Courts to Grant a Macaque Copyright Protection. ArtNet News. 12 July.

'Livid' Graffiti Artists Sue Fashion Label Vince Camuto for Using Their Artwork in Ads

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). 'Livid' Graffiti Artists Sue Fashion Label Vince Camuto for Using Their Artwork in Ads. ArtNet News. 11 July.

Nazi-looted Pissarro case can go ahead, says US appeals court

(United States of America; Spain)

Laura Gilbert (2017). Nazi-looted Pissarro case can go ahead, says US appeals court. The Art Newspaper. 11 July.

Appeals Court Revives 16-Year Lawsuit over $40 Million Nazi-Looted Pissarro

(United States of America; Spain)

Isaac Kaplan (2017). Appeals Court Revives 16-Year Lawsuit over $40 Million Nazi-Looted Pissarro. Artsy. 10 July.

`World's Most Expensive Painting' Actually Sold for $90M Less Than Reported: Suit

(United Kingdom)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). `World's Most Expensive Painting' Actually Sold for $90M Less Than Reported: Suit. ArtNet News. 30 June.

Founder of Zurich's Le Corbusier Museum Sues Culture Minister for Defamation

(Switzerland)

Henri Neuendorf (2017). Founder of Zurich's Le Corbusier Museum Sues Culture Minister for Defamation. ArtNet News. 30 June.

Austrian court rules in favour of Franz West's family in legal battle over estate

(Austria)

Rachel Corbett (2017). Austrian court rules in favour of Franz West's family in legal battle over estate. The Art Newspaper. 27 June.

Supreme Court Takes Up Dispute Over Iran Antiquities in Terror Case

(Iran; United States of America)

Pete Williams (2017). Supreme Court Takes Up Dispute Over Iran Antiquities in Terror Case. NBC. 27 June.

Photographer Sues Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters over Use of Tupac Image

(United States of America)

Jessica Meiselman (2017). Photographer Sues Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters over Use of Tupac Image. Artsy. 5 June.

Gallery owner alleges major US Western art sale defamed him

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2017). Gallery owner alleges major US Western art sale defamed him. The Daily Mail. 3 June.

Former Contractor Sues Dale Chihuly, Claiming He Helped Create Artwork

(United States of America)

Colin Moynihan (2017). Former Contractor Sues Dale Chihuly, Claiming He Helped Create Artwork. The New York Times. 3 June.

Millions at stake as Chinese villagers take collector to court over "man in the Buddha"

(China; Netherlands)

John Hooper, Ted Plafker (2017). Millions at stake as Chinese villagers take collector to court over "man in the Buddha". AFR. 2 June.

Art Basel Sues Adidas for Trademark Infringement

(Switzerland)

Isaac Kaplan (2017). Art Basel Sues Adidas for Trademark Infringement. Artsy. 31 May.

Holocaust memory under siege in political and artworlds

(Germany; United States of America)

Stewart Ain (2017). Holocaust memory under siege in political and artworlds. New Jersey Jewish News. 27 April.

German group appeals decision to allow lawsuit over Nazi art theft claims

(United States of America; Germany)

Reuters (2017). German group appeals decision to allow lawsuit over Nazi art theft claims. Reuters. 21 April.

Alec Baldwin's Lawsuit Against Mary Boone Heads to Trial

(United States of America)

Henri Neuendorf (2017). Alec Baldwin's Lawsuit Against Mary Boone Heads to Trial. ArtNet News. 20 April.

Bushwick Street Artists Threaten Legal Action Against McDonald's for Using Their Work

(United States of America; Netherlands)

Claire Voon (2017). Bushwick Street Artists Threaten Legal Action Against McDonald's for Using Their Work. Hyperallergic. 20 April.

In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate

(United Kingdom)

Benjamin Sutton (2017). In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate. Hyperallergic. 20 April.

Yves Bouvier clears legal hurdle in Singapore

(Singapore; Switzerland)

Vincent Noce (2017). Yves Bouvier clears legal hurdle in Singapore. The Art Newspaper. 19 April.

Judge Upholds Removal of Student's Controversial Painting from U.S. Capitol

(United States of America)

Isaac Kaplan (2017). Judge Upholds Removal of Student's Controversial Painting from U.S. Capitol. Artsy. 17 April.

Trinity Church sued by sculptor over 9/11 work removed from courtyard

(United States of America)

Daniel Grant (2017). Trinity Church sued by sculptor over 9/11 work removed from courtyard. The Art Newspaper. 14 April.

Germany to appeal first ruling allowing Nazi-looted art claim against it in U.S. court

(United States of America; Germany)

Spencer S. Hsu (2017). Germany to appeal first ruling allowing Nazi-looted art claim against it in U.S. court. The Washington Post. 14 April.

Knoedler Gallery Rothko Forgery Case Settles With Casino Owner

(United States of America)

Artlyst (2017). Knoedler Gallery Rothko Forgery Case Settles With Casino Owner. Artlyst. 13 April.

Prince Photographer Fires Back at Warhol Foundation Copyright Suit

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). Prince Photographer Fires Back at Warhol Foundation Copyright Suit. ArtNet News. 13 April.

Warhol Foundation Fires First Shot in Legal Battle Over Prince-Themed Artworks

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). Warhol Foundation Fires First Shot in Legal Battle Over Prince-Themed Artworks. ArtNet News. 11 April.

LA Gallery Says It Was Sold Forged Warhols

(United States of America)

Don Debenedictis (2017). LA Gallery Says It Was Sold Forged Warhols. Courthouse News. 6 April.

Lawsuits, forgeries and family feuds: The afterlives of famous artists

(General)

Sara Hamdan (2017). Lawsuits, forgeries and family feuds: The afterlives of famous artists. CNN. 31 March.

Court Orders Antiques Dealer to Pay Gallerist $1.1 Million Over Fake Renoir in Bizarre Trial

(United States of America)

Henri Neuendorf (2017). Court Orders Antiques Dealer to Pay Gallerist $1.1 Million Over Fake Renoir in Bizarre Trial. ArtNet News. 31 March.

Who Should Pay Artists? Christie's Fights Back in France Over New Resale Rules

(France)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). Who Should Pay Artists? Christie's Fights Back in France Over New Resale Rules. ArtNet News. 31 March.

Forever 21 Accused of Copying Charles Smith's Design Concept

(United States of America)

India Pougher (2017). Forever 21 Accused of Copying Charles Smith's Design Concept. Teen Vogue. 22 March.

Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft

(Ireland; United States of America)

John Breslin (2017). Irishman known as the King of the Travellers loses $20MILLION libel suit against US magazine's piece on his involvement in rhino horn theft. The Irish Sun. 22 March.

Terracotta Warriors' museum in battle over copyright with Chinese amusement park

(China)

Lisa Movius (2017). Terracotta Warriors' museum in battle over copyright with Chinese amusement park. The Art Newspaper. 20 March.

Centre Pompidou broke even on Koons retrospective, Paris court decision reveals

(France)

Alexis Fournol (2017). Centre Pompidou broke even on Koons retrospective, Paris court decision reveals. The Art Newspaper. 17 March.

After finding forgeries of his work across Orange County, artist wages court fight against Newport billionaire

(United States of America)

Penny Arevalo (2017). After finding forgeries of his work across Orange County, artist wages court fight against Newport billionaire. The Orange County Register. 10 March.

Jeff Koons LLC and the Centre Pompidou are both found liable for copyright infringement in Paris court case

(France)

Alexis Fournol (2017). Jeff Koons LLC and the Centre Pompidou are both found liable for copyright infringement in Paris court case. The Art Newspaper. 10 March.

Cleaning house: Russian oligarch loses $150million selling four paintings from his famous art collection after bulldozing the $95million Palm Beach estate he bought from Donald Trump

(Russia)

Jennifer Smith (2017). Cleaning house: Russian oligarch loses $150million selling four paintings from his famous art collection after bulldozing the $95million Palm Beach estate he bought from Donald Trump. The Daily Mail. 9 March.

As Dubai's Skyline Adds a Trophy, the Architect Calls It Stolen

(United Arab Emirates)

Peter S. Goodman (2017). As Dubai's Skyline Adds a Trophy, the Architect Calls It Stolen. The New York Times. 8 March.

Art adviser ordered to pay $1m she made in private sale of Basquiat painting

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2017). Art adviser ordered to pay $1m she made in private sale of Basquiat painting. The Art Newspaper. 8 March.

Bank's Kandinsky painting was looted by Nazis, says family

(United States of America; Germany)

Holly Watt (2017). Bank's Kandinsky painting was looted by Nazis, says family. The Guardian. 3 March.

Peter Guber Sues His Insurance Broker Over Stolen Bronze Head

(United States of America)

Gene Maddaus (2017). Peter Guber Sues His Insurance Broker Over Stolen Bronze Head. Variety. 2 March.

Christie's eyes loophole to duck Nazi-confiscated art suit

(United States of America)

Julia Marsh (2017). Christie's eyes loophole to duck Nazi-confiscated art suit. New York Post. 28 February.

Jasper Johns Stolen Drawings Case Fred Dorfman Gallery Sued

(Canada; United States of America)

Artlyst (2017). Jasper Johns Stolen Drawings Case Fred Dorfman Gallery Sued. Artlyst. 26 February.

Plaintiff argues against Gascards' motion to dismiss art forgery case

(United States of America)

Nicholas Handy (2017). Plaintiff argues against Gascards' motion to dismiss art forgery case. Monadnock Ledger-Transcript. 22 February.

Here's Your Chance to See Cornelius Gurlitt's Infamous Art Trove

(Switzerland; Germany)

Sarah Cascone (2017). Here's Your Chance to See Cornelius Gurlitt's Infamous Art Trove. ArtNet News. 16 February.

Artist Jon Campbell sues retail giant Target, alleging it copied his work

(Australia; United States of America)

Karen MIchael (2017). Artist Jon Campbell sues retail giant Target, alleging it copied his work. Domain. 15 February.

A lawsuit involving American Indian artifacts, alleged excessive force and a Utahn's suicide has hit another wall

(United States of America)

Brian Maffly (2017). A lawsuit involving American Indian artifacts, alleged excessive force and a Utahn's suicide has hit another wall. The Salt Lake Tribune. 13 February.

Actor David Spade Sues Photographer Peter Beard for Failure to Authenticate a Work

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). Actor David Spade Sues Photographer Peter Beard for Failure to Authenticate a Work. ArtNet News. 3 February.

Date set for Chinese villagers' Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old 'stolen' gilded statute

(Netherlands; China)

Kinling Lo (2017). Date set for Chinese villagers' Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old 'stolen' gilded statute. South China Morning Post. 3 February.

Ex-owner of Hitler house sues Austria

(Austria)

AFP (2017). Ex-owner of Hitler house sues Austria. Art Daily. 1 February.

South Dakota museum wins legal battle over the $75,000 guitar Elvis played on his inal tour in 1977

(United States of America)

Abigail Miller (2017). South Dakota museum wins legal battle over the $75,000 guitar Elvis played on his inal tour in 1977. The Daily Mail. 24 January.

Kylie Jenner Avoids Litigation, Following Copyright Infringement Threats

(United States of America)

The Fashion Law (2017). Kylie Jenner Avoids Litigation, Following Copyright Infringement Threats. The Fashion Law. 22 January.

The strange case of the ancient Assyrian curse and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police

(Syria; United Kingdom; Switzerland; Lebanon)

Patrick Sawer (2017). The strange case of the ancient Assyrian curse and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. The Telegraph. 21 January.

Cuban collector's heirs settle over Wifredo Lam painting that resurfaced in Miami

(Cuba; United States of America)

David D'arcy (2017). Cuban collector's heirs settle over Wifredo Lam painting that resurfaced in Miami. The Art Newspaper. 19 January.

Former local professor, son, submit motion to dismiss lawsuit in art forgery case

(United States of America)

Xander Landen Sentinel (2017). Former local professor, son, submit motion to dismiss lawsuit in art forgery case. Sentinel Source. 19 January.

Second Old Master Painting a Fake, Sotheby's Says in Lawsuit

(United States of America)

Nina Siegal (2017). Second Old Master Painting a Fake, Sotheby's Says in Lawsuit. The New York Times. 17 January.

Swiss Antiquities Dealer Files $77 Million Suit Against Getty Museum

(United States of America; Switzerland)

Eileen Kinsella (2017). Swiss Antiquities Dealer Files $77 Million Suit Against Getty Museum. ArtNet News. 17 January.

Gallery owner accused of selling stolen art

(United States of America)

Kathianne Boniello (2017). Gallery owner accused of selling stolen art. New York Post. 15 January.

Museum cut company out of multi-billion dollar art deal: suit

(United States of America; Switzerland)

Kathianne Boniello (2017). Museum cut company out of multi-billion dollar art deal: suit. New York Post. 15 January.

11 Artists Sue Fashion Retailer Francesca's for Copyright Infringement

(United States of America)

Isaac Kaplan (2017). 11 Artists Sue Fashion Retailer Francesca's for Copyright Infringement. Artsy. 10 January.

Heritage Auctions Sues Rival Christie's for Widespread Theft, Copyright Infringement

(United States of America)

The Fashion Law (2017). Heritage Auctions Sues Rival Christie's for Widespread Theft, Copyright Infringement. The Fashion Law. 3 January.

The 10 Biggest International Art Scandals of 2016

(General)

Sarah Cascone (2016). The 10 Biggest International Art Scandals of 2016. ArtNet News. 30 December.

Suit alleging Notre Dame has pilfered art collection is transferred to Indiana

(United States of America)

Torsten Ove (2016). Suit alleging Notre Dame has pilfered art collection is transferred to Indiana. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 30 December.

Miami Heat doctor sues store over fake Russian collectibles

(United States of America; Russia)

Rebecca Rosenberg (2016). Miami Heat doctor sues store over fake Russian collectibles. New York Post. 28 December.

Art Dealer Ordered to Pay $500 a Day to Artist

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Art Dealer Ordered to Pay $500 a Day to Artist. ArtNet News. 28 December.

Case Against Robert Motherwell's Foundation Is Dismissed

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Case Against Robert Motherwell's Foundation Is Dismissed. The New York Times. 20 December.

After Van Gogh Museum Declares Book of Artist's Sketches to be Fake, Publisher Threatens Legal Action

(Netherlands)

Art Forum (2016). After Van Gogh Museum Declares Book of Artist's Sketches to be Fake, Publisher Threatens Legal Action. Art Forum. 20 December.

Chun Kyung-ja's long-disputed artwork declared genuine

(South Korea)

The Korea Herald (2016). Chun Kyung-ja's long-disputed artwork declared genuine. Korea Herald. 19 December.

Illinois Woman Legal Owner Of Apollo 11 Moon Rock Bag, Not NASA:

(United States of America)

Allan Adamson (2016). Illinois Woman Legal Owner Of Apollo 11 Moon Rock Bag, Not NASA:. Tech Times. 19 December.

Gericht: Gurlitts Testament ist gültig

(Switzerland; Germany)

Court: Gurlitt's will is valid

Monopol (2016). Gericht: Gurlitts Testament ist gültig. Monopol. 15 December.

U.S. sues to recover ancient Syrian artifacts looted by Islamic State

(Syria; United States of America)

Yeganeh Torbati (2016). U.S. sues to recover ancient Syrian artifacts looted by Islamic State. Reuters. 15 December.

A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should

(Spain)

Los Angeles Times (2016). A Spanish museum may have the legal right to keep art stolen by the Nazis. That doesn't mean it should. Los Angeles Times. 14 December.

Heritage Auction House Sues Christie's and Collectrium Over Data Theft

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Heritage Auction House Sues Christie's and Collectrium Over Data Theft. ArtNet News. 13 December.

Pasadena trial focuses on Nazi-looted masterpiece

(United States of America)

Ryan Torok (2016). Pasadena trial focuses on Nazi-looted masterpiece. Jewish Journal. 12 December.

Lawsuit over Cady Noland's Log Cabin dismissed

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). Lawsuit over Cady Noland's Log Cabin dismissed. The Art Newspaper. 12 December.

Heirs of Jewish art dealer sue German state for return of Nazi-looted artwork

(Germany)

JTA (2016). Heirs of Jewish art dealer sue German state for return of Nazi-looted artwork. The Times of Israel. 7 December.

Heirs of Nazi-Persecuted Art Dealer Alfred Flechtheim Sue Bavarian Museums

(Germany; United States of America)

Nicholas O'Donnell (2016). Heirs of Nazi-Persecuted Art Dealer Alfred Flechtheim Sue Bavarian Museums. JD Supra. 7 December.

Jewish family battles Spain museum over art looted by Nazis

(Spain)

Associated Press (2016). Jewish family battles Spain museum over art looted by Nazis. The Daily Mail. 4 December.

Judge orders 'owner' to provide more details before ancient golden crown can be examined

(United Kingdom; Turkey)

The Herald (2016). Judge orders 'owner' to provide more details before ancient golden crown can be examined. The Herald. 3 December.

Who deserves millions in art seized from Marcoses?

(Philippines)

Associated Press (2016). Who deserves millions in art seized from Marcoses?. Inquirer. 28 November.

Kylie Jenner to Face Copyright Infringement Suit Over Cosmetics Imagery

(United States of America)

The Fashion Law (2016). Kylie Jenner to Face Copyright Infringement Suit Over Cosmetics Imagery. The Fashion Law. 28 November.

Court Dismisses $1 Billion Copyright Claim Against Getty

(United States of America)

David Walker (2016). Court Dismisses $1 Billion Copyright Claim Against Getty. PDN Pulse. 22 November.

Sotheby's Denies Helping Flip Yves Bouvier's $127.5 Million Leonardo da Vinci

(Monaco; Singapore)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Sotheby's Denies Helping Flip Yves Bouvier's $127.5 Million Leonardo da Vinci. ArtNet News. 22 November.

Court: Names of Israeli Archaeologists Digging in West Bank Can Stay Secret

(Israel)

Nir Hasson (2016). Court: Names of Israeli Archaeologists Digging in West Bank Can Stay Secret. Haaretz. 22 November.

Richard Prince Slapped With Yet Another Copyright Lawsuit

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Richard Prince Slapped With Yet Another Copyright Lawsuit. ArtNet News. 18 November.

Alec Baldwin compares buying faux art to a bank robbery

(United States of America)

Julia Marsh (2016). Alec Baldwin compares buying faux art to a bank robbery. Page Six. 18 November.

Stealing Hosts for anti-Catholic art? Not illegal, Spanish judge says

(Spain)

CNA (2016). Stealing Hosts for anti-Catholic art? Not illegal, Spanish judge says. Catholic News Agency. 16 November.

Villagers try to retrieve stolen corpse of their ancestor from the Netherlands

(China; Netherlands)

Global Times (2016). Villagers try to retrieve stolen corpse of their ancestor from the Netherlands. Global Times. 16 November.

Alphonse Mucha's grandson sues Prague to stop Asian tour of Slav Epic

(Czech Republic)

Julia Michalska (2016). Alphonse Mucha's grandson sues Prague to stop Asian tour of Slav Epic. The Art Newspaper. 14 November.

Kohinoor issue: It is war crime not to return stolen items, says advocate Siddiqui

(India; United Kingdom)

Biharprabha (2016). Kohinoor issue: It is war crime not to return stolen items, says advocate Siddiqui. Biharprabha. 11 November.

Dutch court reportedly issues notice to collector of mummified statue

(China; Netherlands)

Li Yan (2016). Dutch court reportedly issues notice to collector of mummified statue. ECNS. 8 November.

The $6 Million Lawsuit against David Zwirner over a Jeff Koons Sculpture, Explained

(United States of America)

Isaac Kaplan (2016). The $6 Million Lawsuit against David Zwirner over a Jeff Koons Sculpture, Explained. Artsy. 4 November.

Gallery Owner Accuses Alec Baldwin of Dodging Tax in Disputed Art Purchase

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Gallery Owner Accuses Alec Baldwin of Dodging Tax in Disputed Art Purchase. The New York Times. 27 October.

Gallery Files Lawsuit Against Agnes Martin Authentication Committee

(United States of America; United Kingdom; Canada)

Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Gallery Files Lawsuit Against Agnes Martin Authentication Committee. ArtNet News. 25 October.

Photographer Sues Trump for Copyright Infringement Over Skittles Image

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Carey Dunne (2016). Photographer Sues Trump for Copyright Infringement Over Skittles Image. Hyperallergic. 21 October.

EWS Former Knoedler director settles lawsuit with casino billionaire over fake Rothko

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). EWS Former Knoedler director settles lawsuit with casino billionaire over fake Rothko. The Art Newspaper. 19 October.

Wall Street Dealmaker Says Professor Took Him for a Ride

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Wall Street Dealmaker Says Professor Took Him for a Ride. The New York Times. 17 October.

Alec Baldwin lawsuit is helping dealer sell more art

(United States of America)

Richard Johnson (2016). Alec Baldwin lawsuit is helping dealer sell more art. Page Six. 17 October.

Lawsuit shows difficulties of authentication and repair

(United States of America)

Dan Duray (2016). Lawsuit shows difficulties of authentication and repair. The Art Newspaper. 13 October.

Dash Snow's Estate Sues McDonald's for Copyright Infringement

(United States of America)

Carey Dunne (2016). Dash Snow's Estate Sues McDonald's for Copyright Infringement. Hyperallergic. 5 October.

Indie Artist Lili Chin Is Suing Kohl's for Allegedly Ripping Off Her 'Doggie Language' Designs

(United States of America)

Madeleine Davies (2016). Indie Artist Lili Chin Is Suing Kohl's for Allegedly Ripping Off Her 'Doggie Language' Designs. Jezebel. 4 October.

Angelina Jolie's Divorce Lawyer Embroiled in Dispute Over '$100 Million Pollock'

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Angelina Jolie's Divorce Lawyer Embroiled in Dispute Over '$100 Million Pollock'. ArtNet News. 4 October.

Met Picasso Belonged to Family That Fled Nazis, Suit Says

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Met Picasso Belonged to Family That Fled Nazis, Suit Says. The New York Times. 30 September.

US-France court battle tied to Picasso comes to a head

(United States of America; France)

Sébastien Blanc (2016). US-France court battle tied to Picasso comes to a head. Art Daily. 30 September.

Ulay vs. Marina Abramović: How the epic legal battle between art-world giants went down

(Netherlands)

Noah Charney (2016). Ulay vs. Marina Abramović: How the epic legal battle between art-world giants went down. Salon. 25 September.

Robert Soros in Divorce Battle Over $7.7 Million Christopher Wool Painting

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Robert Soros in Divorce Battle Over $7.7 Million Christopher Wool Painting. ArtNet News. 23 September.

Court Orders Marina Abramović to Pay Ulay and Give Him Credit for Their Art

(Netherlands)

Claire Voon (2016). Court Orders Marina Abramović to Pay Ulay and Give Him Credit for Their Art. Hyperallergic. 22 September.

Battle for Ben Franklin manuscripts could be settled soon

(United States of America)

Bridget Murphy (2016). Battle for Ben Franklin manuscripts could be settled soon. Newsday. 21 September.

Alec Baldwin Files Suit Accusing Art Dealer of Fraud

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Alec Baldwin Files Suit Accusing Art Dealer of Fraud. The New York Times. 12 September.

US government sues over Michigan, Maine lighthouse lenses

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2016). US government sues over Michigan, Maine lighthouse lenses. The Daily Mail. 12 September.

Art collector Lance Dane's 'so-called' adopted son refused relief by the Bombay High Court

(India)

Mustafa Plumber (2016). Art collector Lance Dane's 'so-called' adopted son refused relief by the Bombay High Court. DNA Info. 10 September.

Opera Gallery Wins $2.4 Million Decision Against Infamous Art Dealer

(United States of America; Belgium)

Brian Boucher (2016). Opera Gallery Wins $2.4 Million Decision Against Infamous Art Dealer. ArtNet News. 9 September.

London's National Gallery sued in NY over alleged stolen Matisse

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Jonathan Stempe (2016). London's National Gallery sued in NY over alleged stolen Matisse. The Daily Mail. 7 September.

Greta Moll's Heirs Say Stolen Portrait Is at London Museum

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Erik Larson (2016). Greta Moll's Heirs Say Stolen Portrait Is at London Museum. Bloomberg. 7 September.

Santa Fe art dealer, Harvard reach deal over book's photos

(United States of America)

Anne Constable (2016). Santa Fe art dealer, Harvard reach deal over book's photos. Santa Fe New Mexican. 4 September.

Tourist Sues Manhattan Gallery for $100,000 Sale of Allegedly Fake Art Deco Sculptures

(United States of America)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Tourist Sues Manhattan Gallery for $100,000 Sale of Allegedly Fake Art Deco Sculptures. ArtNet News. 1 September.

Vegas Memorabilia House Accused of Fraud

(United States of America)

Mike Heuer (2016). Vegas Memorabilia House Accused of Fraud. Courthouse News Service. 30 August.

What we learned from the Knoedler fakes scandal

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). What we learned from the Knoedler fakes scandal. The Art Newspaper. 29 August.

Richard Prince And Gagosian Sued By Makeup Artist Over Instagram Copyright infringement

(United States of America)

Artlyst (2016). Richard Prince And Gagosian Sued By Makeup Artist Over Instagram Copyright infringement. Artlyst. 28 August.

Gold Coast breakup ends in federal court, claims of art theft

(United States of America)

Kim Janssen (2016). Gold Coast breakup ends in federal court, claims of art theft. The Chicago Tribune. 26 August.

Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work

(United States of America; Canada)

BBC News (2016). Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work. BBC News. 24 August.

Will a $395,000 lawsuit make Craig Breedlove's damaged Spirit of America great again?

(United States of America)

Lisa Bertagnoli (2016). Will a $395,000 lawsuit make Craig Breedlove's damaged Spirit of America great again?. Autoweek. 23 August.

Security Guard Files Lawsuit Against Metropolitan Museum of Art After Being Fired for Vandalism

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Security Guard Files Lawsuit Against Metropolitan Museum of Art After Being Fired for Vandalism. ArtNet News. 22 August.

Jeff Koons Revealed as Mystery Artist at Heart of $6 Million Lawsuit Against David Zwirner

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Jeff Koons Revealed as Mystery Artist at Heart of $6 Million Lawsuit Against David Zwirner. ArtNet News. 18 August.

Norton Simon Museum can keep Cranachs, California judge decides

(United States of America)

David D'Arcy (2016). Norton Simon Museum can keep Cranachs, California judge decides. The Art Newspaper. 17 August.

Peter Doig Testifies in Bizarre Authentication Trial, Calls Claim Against Him Unethical

(United States of America)

Dushko Petrovitch (2016). Peter Doig Testifies in Bizarre Authentication Trial, Calls Claim Against Him Unethical. ArtNet News. 16 August.

Trial Resumes for Man Accused of Defrauding Art Collecting Widow of $817,000

(Singapore; China)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Trial Resumes for Man Accused of Defrauding Art Collecting Widow of $817,000. ArtNet News. 15 August.

Opposing Corporate Theft of Mayan Textiles, Weavers Appeal to Guatemala's High Court

(Guatemala)

Jeff Abbott (2016). Opposing Corporate Theft of Mayan Textiles, Weavers Appeal to Guatemala's High Court. Truthout. 14 August.

David Zwirner Sued for $2 Million Over Mystery Artwork by 'World-Renowned Artist'

(United Kingdom)

Brian Boucher (2016). David Zwirner Sued for $2 Million Over Mystery Artwork by 'World-Renowned Artist'. ArtNet News. 10 August.

Franz Kafka literary legal battle ends as Israel's high court rules in favor of library

(Israel)

AFP (2016). Franz Kafka literary legal battle ends as Israel's high court rules in favor of library. The Guardian. 8 August.

Artist Accused of Disowning a Painting Testifies

(United States of America)

Lori Rotenberk (2016). Artist Accused of Disowning a Painting Testifies. The New York Times. 8 August.

Apollo 11 lunar samples bag the focus of legal dispute after it was stolen and sold by former Space Center director

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2016). Apollo 11 lunar samples bag the focus of legal dispute after it was stolen and sold by former Space Center director. The Daily Mail. 6 August.

The Government Just Won a Long Legal Battle Over Rare Coins

(United States of America)

Erin Blakemore (2016). The Government Just Won a Long Legal Battle Over Rare Coins. Smithsonian. 3 August.

Mary Boone Files Lawsuit Against Art Advisor Over KAWS Sale

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Mary Boone Files Lawsuit Against Art Advisor Over KAWS Sale. ArtNet News. 29 July.

"Dieses Gemälde ist nicht von mir"

(United States of America)

"This painting is not mine"

Stefan Koldehoff (2016). "Dieses Gemälde ist nicht von mir". Zeit Online. 28 July.

Austrian City Must Pay $9 Million Compensation Over Lost Schiele and Klimt Works

(Austria)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian City Must Pay $9 Million Compensation Over Lost Schiele and Klimt Works. ArtNet News. 27 July.

Photographer Files $1 Billion Suit Against Getty for Licensing Her Public Domain Images

(United States of America)

Carey Dunne (2016). Photographer Files $1 Billion Suit Against Getty for Licensing Her Public Domain Images. Hyperallergic. 27 July.

Orlan Must Pay Lady Gaga $22,000 After Losing Forgery Lawsuit

(France)

Brian Boucher (2016). Orlan Must Pay Lady Gaga $22,000 After Losing Forgery Lawsuit. ArtNet News. 26 July.

Ancient Treasures Shouldn't Be Compensation for Terror Victims

(Iran; United States of America)

Noah Feldman (2016). Ancient Treasures Shouldn't Be Compensation for Terror Victims. Bloomberg. 25 July.

Museums win bid to keep antiquities

(Iran; United States of America)

Patricia Manson (2016). Museums win bid to keep antiquities. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. 20 July.

First-ever legal bid for return of Elgin Marbles to Greece thrown out by European Court of Human Rights

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Ian Johnston (2016). First-ever legal bid for return of Elgin Marbles to Greece thrown out by European Court of Human Rights. The Independent. 19 July.

Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This. Now He Has to Prove It.

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This. Now He Has to Prove It.. The New York Times. 7 July.

Fake Monet, Renoir paintings cost dealer $31M and his reputation

(United States of America)

Derrick Bryson Taylor (2016). Fake Monet, Renoir paintings cost dealer $31M and his reputation. Page Six. 6 July.

Giacometti art trove at centre of Franco-Swiss legal tussle

(Switzerland; France)

Reuters (2016). Giacometti art trove at centre of Franco-Swiss legal tussle. The Daily Mail. 4 July.

Legal Fight Heats Up Over Peter Beard Photo Show in Hampton

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Legal Fight Heats Up Over Peter Beard Photo Show in Hampton. ArtNet News. 1 July.

The $3 Billion Family Art Feud

(Greece)

Kelly Crow (2016). The $3 Billion Family Art Feud. Wall Street Journal. 1 July.

Ringling Museum Asian art donor sues to get millions back

(United States of America)

Lennie Bennett (2016). Ringling Museum Asian art donor sues to get millions back. Tampa Bay Times. 1 July.

Gallery sold Warhol prints with doctored documents: lawsuit

(United States of America)

Julia Marsh (2016). Gallery sold Warhol prints with doctored documents: lawsuit. New York Post. 1 July.

Avedon, Unsigned

(United States of America)

Richard B. Woodward (2016). Avedon, Unsigned. The New York Times. 1 July.

Spanish Supreme Court Rules Against Dalí Foundation in Image Rights Dispute

(Spain)

Naomi Rea (2016). Spanish Supreme Court Rules Against Dalí Foundation in Image Rights Dispute. ArtNet News. 30 June.

Italian Consumer Group Files Complaint Against Christo's 'Floating Piers'

(Italy)

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2016). Italian Consumer Group Files Complaint Against Christo's 'Floating Piers'. ArtNet News. 27 June.

Lawsuit Underway to Bring Illegally Traded Chinese Self-Mummified Buddhist Statue Back Home

(China; Netherlands)

Margaux Schreurs (2016). Lawsuit Underway to Bring Illegally Traded Chinese Self-Mummified Buddhist Statue Back Home. The Beijinger. 17 June.

Villagers in court over stolen statue

(China; Netherlands)

Xinhua (2016). Villagers in court over stolen statue. Shanghai Daily. 16 June.

Damien Hirst Sued Over Jewelry Line Plagiarism

(United States of America; Canada)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Damien Hirst Sued Over Jewelry Line Plagiarism. ArtNet News. 15 June.

Picasso Sculpture in Dispute Goes to Leon Black; Rival Owner to Receive Compensation

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Robin Pogrebin (2016). Picasso Sculpture in Dispute Goes to Leon Black; Rival Owner to Receive Compensation. The New York Times. 15 June.

Fight between Pittsburgh man, Notre Dame over half million dollars of early American art moves to federal court

(United States of America)

Brian Bowling (2016). Fight between Pittsburgh man, Notre Dame over half million dollars of early American art moves to federal court. TribLive. 14 June.

Austrian Supreme Court Accuses Franz West Private Foundation Of Embezzlement

(Austria)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian Supreme Court Accuses Franz West Private Foundation Of Embezzlement. ArtNet News. 14 June.

Nevada Court Says Bus-Turned-Ship for Burning Man Is Not Art

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Nevada Court Says Bus-Turned-Ship for Burning Man Is Not Art. ArtNet News. 9 June.

Non-profit for late caricaturist Al Hirschfeld sues NY gallery

(United States of America)

Jonathan Stempel (2016). Non-profit for late caricaturist Al Hirschfeld sues NY gallery. Metro. 8 June.

Kraftwerk lose legal battle over their music being sampled

(Germany)

Reuters (2016). Kraftwerk lose legal battle over their music being sampled. The Guardian. 31 May.

Is this Dutch Artist Accusing Duke Riley of Pigeon Plagiarism?

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Is this Dutch Artist Accusing Duke Riley of Pigeon Plagiarism?. ArtNet News. 31 May.

Tower Hamlets looking for safe place for 'Old Flo' after legal battle over who owns Moore's sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Mike Brooke (2016). Tower Hamlets looking for safe place for 'Old Flo' after legal battle over who owns Moore's sculpture. The Docklands & East London Advertiser. 31 May.

Sale of Depression-era painting draws a federal lawsuit

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2016). Sale of Depression-era painting draws a federal lawsuit. The Daily Mail. 31 May.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Accused of Pastry Plagiarism

(United States of America)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Accused of Pastry Plagiarism. ArtNet News. 25 May.

The Legal Feud Over 'Picasso Bust' Is Settled, but Who's the Mystery Owner?

(United States of America)

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso (2016). The Legal Feud Over 'Picasso Bust' Is Settled, but Who's the Mystery Owner?. ArtNet News. 24 May.

Millions of dollars and dozens of works diverted in Ace Gallery bankruptcy case, accountant finds

(United States of America)

Jori Finkel (2016). Millions of dollars and dozens of works diverted in Ace Gallery bankruptcy case, accountant finds. The Art Newspaper. 20 May.

Urban Outfitters Wins Partial Victory Over Navajo Nation in Trademark Dispute

(United States of America)

Carey Dunne (2016). Urban Outfitters Wins Partial Victory Over Navajo Nation in Trademark Dispute. Hyperallergic. 20 May.

Legal battle between graffiti artist and fashion label back on

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). Legal battle between graffiti artist and fashion label back on. The Art Newspaper. 17 May.

Newly-Revealed Documents Show Sotheby's Contacted Helly Nahmad About Modigliani Claim

(United States of America; Switzerland)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Newly-Revealed Documents Show Sotheby's Contacted Helly Nahmad About Modigliani Claim. ArtNet News. 16 May.

Guelph Treasure Heirs Explain Why Case Belongs in U.S. Court

(United States of America; Germany)

Nicholas O'Donnell (2016). Guelph Treasure Heirs Explain Why Case Belongs in U.S. Court. JD Supra. 13 May.

Fired North Miami Museum Director Sues City for Wrongful Termination

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Fired North Miami Museum Director Sues City for Wrongful Termination. ArtNet News. 25 April.

LA Dealer Douglas Chrismas Fails to Make Court-Ordered Payment of $17.5 Million

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). LA Dealer Douglas Chrismas Fails to Make Court-Ordered Payment of $17.5 Million. ArtNet News. 21 April.

The Donald Threatens to Sue Artist Over Her Trump Micropenis Portrait

(United States of America)

Claire Voon (2016). The Donald Threatens to Sue Artist Over Her Trump Micropenis Portrait. Hyperallergic. 20 April.

Former director of scandal-beset Knoedler Gallery breaks her silence

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). Former director of scandal-beset Knoedler Gallery breaks her silence. The Art Newspaper. 18 April.

Chris Brown Accused Of Stealing Graffiti Artist's Tag, Artist Sues Him

(United States of America)

Nicholas Mojica (2016). Chris Brown Accused Of Stealing Graffiti Artist's Tag, Artist Sues Him. Design and Trend. 7 April.

Court: Navajo due hearing on demand that feds return remains, relics

(United States of America)

Sara Weber (2016). Court: Navajo due hearing on demand that feds return remains, relics. Arizona Daily Sun. 7 April.

Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Calls $65 Million Lawsuit a 'Frivolous Claim'

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Calls $65 Million Lawsuit a 'Frivolous Claim'. ArtNet News. 6 April.

Billionaire Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Denies 'Panama Papers' Allegations

(Russia)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Billionaire Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Denies 'Panama Papers' Allegations. ArtNet News. 6 April.

Museum Accuses Marin County Man of Stealing Missing Gold-Flecked Meteorite Over 'Seller's Remorse'

(United States of America)

Lisa Fernandez (2016). Museum Accuses Marin County Man of Stealing Missing Gold-Flecked Meteorite Over 'Seller's Remorse'. NBC. 6 April.

Wikimedia's free photo database of artworks violates copyright, court rules

(Sweden)

AFP (2016). Wikimedia's free photo database of artworks violates copyright, court rules. The Guardian. 5 April.

Gagosian Attracts NY Scrutiny Over Picasso Deal for Leon Black

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Keri Geiger (2016). Gagosian Attracts NY Scrutiny Over Picasso Deal for Leon Black. Bloomberg. 1 April.

Jute-Sack Case Heats Up: Ibrahim Mahama Countersues Simchowitz, Ellis King

(United States of America)

Nate Freeman (2016). Jute-Sack Case Heats Up: Ibrahim Mahama Countersues Simchowitz, Ellis King. ArtNews. 31 March.

Billionaire Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Wins Right to Hold Yves Bouvier Trial in Singapore

(Singapore)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Billionaire Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev Wins Right to Hold Yves Bouvier Trial in Singapore. ArtNet News. 30 March.

Family of deceased artist files suit over museum's claims

(South Korea)

Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Family of deceased artist files suit over museum's claims. Korea Times. 29 March.

Confederate jacket sparks dispute between Alabama collector, museum

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2016). Confederate jacket sparks dispute between Alabama collector, museum. The Times Free Press. 28 March.

Smears, counterclaims and lawsuits—the tangled web surrounding Prince of Liechtenstein's Cranach

(Liechtenstein; France)

Vincent Noce (2016). Smears, counterclaims and lawsuits—the tangled web surrounding Prince of Liechtenstein's Cranach. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.

Ramon Santiago art sales dispute goes to court

(United States of America)

David Andreatta (2016). Ramon Santiago art sales dispute goes to court. Democrat & Chronicle. 18 March.

The Plot Thickens in Bouvier Case, As Picasso Stepdaughter's Story Is Questioned

(Switzerland)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). The Plot Thickens in Bouvier Case, As Picasso Stepdaughter's Story Is Questioned. ArtNet News. 18 March.

Christie's Loses $700,000 Appeal in Superstorm Sandy Damages

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Christie's Loses $700,000 Appeal in Superstorm Sandy Damages. ArtNet News. 18 March.

Were investors conned into buying rare manuscripts?

(France)

BBC News (2016). Were investors conned into buying rare manuscripts?. BBC News. 15 March.

New York Trial Date Set and New Details Emerge in Picasso Sculpture Dispute

(United States of America)

Art Forum (2016). New York Trial Date Set and New Details Emerge in Picasso Sculpture Dispute. Art Forum. 14 March.

Yves Bouvier pushes to have New York art consultant's dealings revealed in US court

(United States of America)

Anny Shaw (2016). Yves Bouvier pushes to have New York art consultant's dealings revealed in US court. The Art Newspaper. 14 March.

Córdoba rejects Catholic church's claim to own mosque-cathedral

(Spain)

Stephen Burgen (2016). Córdoba rejects Catholic church's claim to own mosque-cathedral. The Guardian. 13 March.

The Da Vinci Markup? Europe's Art Scandal Comes to America

(United States of America)

Keri Geiger (2016). The Da Vinci Markup? Europe's Art Scandal Comes to America. Bloomberg. 9 March.

The Battle for Picasso's Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire

(France)

Milton Esterow (2016). The Battle for Picasso's Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire. Vanity Fair. 7 March.

Van Gogh Legal Battle - From Soviet Union to Supreme Court

(United States of America; Russia)

Ingrid Burke (2016). Van Gogh Legal Battle - From Soviet Union to Supreme Court. The Moscow Times. 7 March.

Long battle rages over Franz West's estate

(Austria)

Rachel Corbett (2016). Long battle rages over Franz West's estate. The Art Newspaper. 4 March.

Collector Jose Mugrabi Breaks His Silence Over Christie's Non-Payment Complaint

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Collector Jose Mugrabi Breaks His Silence Over Christie's Non-Payment Complaint. ArtNet News. 4 March.

Court Sides With Artist Against UPS Over Stolen Paintings

(United States of America)

Celia Ampel (2016). Court Sides With Artist Against UPS Over Stolen Paintings. Daily Business Review. 4 March.

Austria Appeals $9 Million Compensation Verdict in Missing Klimt and Schiele Case

(Austria)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austria Appeals $9 Million Compensation Verdict in Missing Klimt and Schiele Case. ArtNet News. 3 March.

Christie's Seeks Judgment Against Mugrabi Family for $32m Unpaid on Basquiat Painting

(United States of America)

Marion Maneker (2016). Christie's Seeks Judgment Against Mugrabi Family for $32m Unpaid on Basquiat Painting. Art Market Monitor. 29 February.

Art gallery owner admits keeping client's $2m

(Singapore)

Selina Lum (2016). Art gallery owner admits keeping client's $2m. The Straits Times. 27 February.

Richard Prince Moves to Dismiss Latest Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Richard Prince Moves to Dismiss Latest Copyright Infringement Lawsuit. ArtNet News. 26 February.

Met clarifies 'pay what you wish' entry after legal settlement

(United States of America)

Helen Stoilas (2016). Met clarifies 'pay what you wish' entry after legal settlement. The Art Newspaper. 26 February.

Setback for Picasso's Daughter in Battle Over Sculpture

(France)

Doreen Carvajal (2016). Setback for Picasso's Daughter in Battle Over Sculpture. The New York Times. 25 February.

Judge Swaps Vote on Iran Bank to Save Relics

(United States of America; Iran)

Adam Klasfeld (2016). Judge Swaps Vote on Iran Bank to Save Relics. Courthouse News Service. 23 February.

Art Dealer Torsten Brohan Ordered To Disclose Proceeds Of 20th Century Sale To China

(Germany)

Artlyst (2016). Art Dealer Torsten Brohan Ordered To Disclose Proceeds Of 20th Century Sale To China. Artlyst. 19 February.

Sex Pistols photographer accuses artist Elizabeth Peyton of copyright infringement

(United States of America)

Anny Shaw (2016). Sex Pistols photographer accuses artist Elizabeth Peyton of copyright infringement. The Art Newspaper. 18 February.

Domenico De Sole Speaks About the Knoedler Fraud Trial

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Domenico De Sole Speaks About the Knoedler Fraud Trial. ArtNet News. 17 February.

Picasso thief signs away right to haul

(United Kingdom)

Midweek Herald (2016). Picasso thief signs away right to haul. Midweek Herald. 17 February.

American Airlines and seven others sued over damage to Lucio Fontana sculpture

(United States of America)

Anny Shaw (2016). American Airlines and seven others sued over damage to Lucio Fontana sculpture. The Art Newspaper. 16 February.

More Than Money: Inside the Knoedler Art Fakes Scandal

(United States of America)

David Kahn (2016). More Than Money: Inside the Knoedler Art Fakes Scandal. Observer. 15 February.

Shkreli is sued over his $2 million Wu-Tang Clan album

(United States of America)

Jonathan Stempel (2016). Shkreli is sued over his $2 million Wu-Tang Clan album. Reuters. 9 February.

Experts Say Ann Freedman Likely Settled Due to Surprisingly Damning Evidence

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Experts Say Ann Freedman Likely Settled Due to Surprisingly Damning Evidence. ArtNet News. 9 February.

Knoedler Trial Breaks Unexpectedly Ahead of Key Witness Testimony

(United States of America)

Mostafa Heddaya (2016). Knoedler Trial Breaks Unexpectedly Ahead of Key Witness Testimony. Blouin ArtInfo. 9 February.

The Bouvier Affair: How an art-world insider made a fortune by being discreet

(United States of America)

Sam Knight (2016). The Bouvier Affair: How an art-world insider made a fortune by being discreet. The New Yorker. 8 February.

Knoedler Gallery Director Settles Lawsuit Over Fake Rothko

(United States of America)

Colin Moynihan (2016). Knoedler Gallery Director Settles Lawsuit Over Fake Rothko. The New York Times. 7 February.

Knoedler asked forensic conservator to revise 'negative' report

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). Knoedler asked forensic conservator to revise 'negative' report. The Art Newspaper. 5 February.

Conservator Found Rothko Painting in Knoedler Trial to Be a 'Deliberate Fake'

(United States of America)

Cait Munro (2016). Conservator Found Rothko Painting in Knoedler Trial to Be a 'Deliberate Fake'. ArtNet News. 4 February.

Billionaire Leon Black Revealed as Mystery Buyer for Contested Picasso Bust

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Billionaire Leon Black Revealed as Mystery Buyer for Contested Picasso Bust. ArtNet News. 4 February.

Temporary Agreement Reached in Custody Battle Over Picasso Bust

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Robin Pogrebin (2016). Temporary Agreement Reached in Custody Battle Over Picasso Bust. The New York Times. 1 February.

Eleanore De Sole Breaks Into Tears During Knoedler Forgery Trial

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Eleanore De Sole Breaks Into Tears During Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 30 January.

Domenico De Sole's Background Questioned on Day Four of Knoedler Forgery Trial

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2016). Domenico De Sole's Background Questioned on Day Four of Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 29 January.

Experts Testify They Couldn't Authenticate Knoedler Gallery Paintings

(United States of America)

Thomas Macmillan (2016). Experts Testify They Couldn't Authenticate Knoedler Gallery Paintings. The Wall Street Journal. 28 January.

Sparks Fly at Knoedler Trial as Defrauded Buyer of Fake Rothko Painting Takes Stand

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Sparks Fly at Knoedler Trial as Defrauded Buyer of Fake Rothko Painting Takes Stand. ArtNet News. 27 January.

Richard Diebenkorn's Daughter Challenges Ann Freedman's Story at Knoedler Forgery Trial

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Richard Diebenkorn's Daughter Challenges Ann Freedman's Story at Knoedler Forgery Trial. ArtNet News. 27 January.

New York Times Sues Publisher Over War Photos, Fair Use At Issue

(United States of America)

Jeff John Roberts (2016). New York Times Sues Publisher Over War Photos, Fair Use At Issue. Fortune. 26 January.

Getty displays Medieval illuminated pages after legal battle finally ends

(United States of America)

Jori Finkel (2016). Getty displays Medieval illuminated pages after legal battle finally ends. The Art Newspaper. 26 January.

Woman sues AP for taking and selling stock photo of her wearing a headscarf

(United States of America)

Eugene Volokh (2016). Woman sues AP for taking and selling stock photo of her wearing a headscarf. The Washington Post. 25 January.

Knoedler fakes trial could be a game-changer for the art market

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2016). Knoedler fakes trial could be a game-changer for the art market. The Art Newspaper. 25 January.

Jewish Heirs Sue Swiss Museum to Recover Constable Painting

(Switzerland)

Doreen Carvajal (2016). Jewish Heirs Sue Swiss Museum to Recover Constable Painting. The New York Times. 25 January.

Knoedler Gallery Heads to Trial in Sale of a Fake Rothko

(United States of America)

Graham Bowley (2016). Knoedler Gallery Heads to Trial in Sale of a Fake Rothko. The New York Times. 24 January.

Chicago Art Institute accuses Level 3 Construction of damaging underground vault

(United States of America)

Robert Hadley (2016). Chicago Art Institute accuses Level 3 Construction of damaging underground vault. Cook County Record. 20 January.

Library's Claim to Books Survives Timeliness Challenge

(United States of America)

Andrew Keshner (2016). Library's Claim to Books Survives Timeliness Challenge. The New York Law Journal. 19 January.

The Lawsuit Over Katy Perry's Met Gala Dress Proceeds to Trial

(United States of America)

Richard Lawson (2016). The Lawsuit Over Katy Perry's Met Gala Dress Proceeds to Trial. Vanity Fair. 15 January.

Street Artist Jamie Hef Sues Pop Singer Kiesza over Unauthorized Use of His Work

(United States of America)

Henri Neuendorf (2016). Street Artist Jamie Hef Sues Pop Singer Kiesza over Unauthorized Use of His Work. ArtNet News. 14 January.

Will Picasso Litigation Force Gagosian to Reveal His $100 Million Mystery Buyer?

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Eileen Kinsella (2016). Will Picasso Litigation Force Gagosian to Reveal His $100 Million Mystery Buyer?. ArtNet News. 14 January.

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Artists' Resale Royalty Suit—Who Wins?

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2016). Supreme Court Declines to Hear Artists' Resale Royalty Suit—Who Wins?. ArtNet News. 12 January.

Picasso Bust at Center of Custody Battle Between Gagosian and Qatar Royal Family

(United States of America; United Arab Emirates)

Robin Pogrebin (2016). Picasso Bust at Center of Custody Battle Between Gagosian and Qatar Royal Family. The New York Times. 12 January.

Library Says Missing Painting Was Stolen

(United States of America)

Nick Rummell (2016). Library Says Missing Painting Was Stolen. Courthouse News Service. 12 January.

'Malarky' Is Latest Graffiti Artist to Sue Fashion Designer

(United States of America)

Anandashankar Mazumdar (2016). 'Malarky' Is Latest Graffiti Artist to Sue Fashion Designer. BNA. 8 January.

Lady Gaga plagiarism lawsuit coming to New York

(United States of America)

Richard Johnson (2016). Lady Gaga plagiarism lawsuit coming to New York. Page Six. 7 January.

Kardashian Pastor Church Sued for Art Theft

(United States of America)

TMZ (2016). Kardashian Pastor Church Sued for Art Theft. TMZ. 7 January.

Owner of purported Monet loses case in French court

(France)

Georgina Adam (2016). Owner of purported Monet loses case in French court. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.

Our Stepmom Stole a Monet From Our Dad and We Want it Back, Sons Say

(United States of America)

James Fanelli (2016). Our Stepmom Stole a Monet From Our Dad and We Want it Back, Sons Say. DNA Info. 6 January.

Photographer Sues Richard Prince for Stealing His Instagram Photo

(United States of America)

Michael Zhang (2016). Photographer Sues Richard Prince for Stealing His Instagram Photo. PetaPixel. 4 January.

Who owns the wreckage of the San José, and what should be done with it?

(Colombia; Peru; Panama; Spain)

Giles Richardson (2016). Who owns the wreckage of the San José, and what should be done with it?. Apollo. 4 January.

Photographer Wins Suit Against Nikon Over 'Comfort Women' Exhibition

(Japan; South Korea; North Korea)

Michael Zhang (2015). Photographer Wins Suit Against Nikon Over 'Comfort Women' Exhibition. PetaPixel. 26 December.

Peter Max's wife says stepson stole $4.3M worth of paintings from her

(United States of America)

Julia Marsh (2015). Peter Max's wife says stepson stole $4.3M worth of paintings from her. New York Post. 24 December.

Five Legal Cases Changing the Art Market as We Know It

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2015). Five Legal Cases Changing the Art Market as We Know It. Artsy. 23 December.

Denmark's Graceland Museum Boss Forced To Change Venue Name

(Denmark; United States of America)

WENN (2015). Denmark's Graceland Museum Boss Forced To Change Venue Name. Contact Music. 22 December.

Lawyers battle to tip balance of evidence before Knoedler trial

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2015). Lawyers battle to tip balance of evidence before Knoedler trial. The Art Newspaper. 21 December.

Russian foundation wrongfully called $800K painting fake: suit

(United States of America; Russia)

Kathianne Boniello (2015). Russian foundation wrongfully called $800K painting fake: suit. New York Post. 20 December.

Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile

(New Zealand)

Kim Griggs (2015). Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile. ABC Australia. 16 December.

Jeff Koons Back In Court: Plagiarism Or Image Sampling?

(United States of America)

Artlyst (2015). Jeff Koons Back In Court: Plagiarism Or Image Sampling?. Artlyst. 15 December.

Chinese court accepts suit over stolen mummy

(China; Netherlands)

Yao Lan (2015). Chinese court accepts suit over stolen mummy. ECNS. 13 December.

Who wants to be a galleonaire?

(Colombia)

The Economist (2015). Who wants to be a galleonaire?. The Economist. 12 December.

Art Law: French Judgment Against Expert in Max Ernst Forgery Case Set Aside

(France)

Dispute Resolution in Germany (2015). Art Law: French Judgment Against Expert in Max Ernst Forgery Case Set Aside. Dispute Resolution in Germany. 10 December.

L'historien d'art Werner Spies innocenté dans l'affaire du faux Max Ernst

(France)

Art Historian Werner Spies acquitted in case of fake Max Ernst

Harry Bellet (2015). L'historien d'art Werner Spies innocenté dans l'affaire du faux Max Ernst. Le Monde. 10 December.

$421,000 in Bogus Indian Art, Collector Says

(United States of America)

Lacey Louwagie (2015). $421,000 in Bogus Indian Art, Collector Says. Courthouse News Service. 10 December.

Museum Sues Wikimedia for Hosting Copyrighted Photos of Its Public-Domain Artworks

(Germany)

Benjamin Sutton (2015). Museum Sues Wikimedia for Hosting Copyrighted Photos of Its Public-Domain Artworks. Hyperallergic. 8 December.

'Holy grail of shipwrecks' discovery sparks courtroom battle for treasure worth £11 billion

(Colombia)

Nan Spowart (2015). 'Holy grail of shipwrecks' discovery sparks courtroom battle for treasure worth £11 billion. The National. 8 December.

El otro tesoro

(Spain; United States of America)

The other treasure

Almudena Lopesino (2015). El otro tesoro. Cadena Ser. 6 December.

Spanish galleon with rumoured £1bn treasure hoard found, says Colombia's president

(Colombia)

Reuters (2015). Spanish galleon with rumoured £1bn treasure hoard found, says Colombia's president. The Guardian. 5 December.

Settlement Reached Over Fake Willem de Kooning Painting

(United States of America)

Jennifer Smith (2015). Settlement Reached Over Fake Willem de Kooning Painting. The Wall Street Journal. 3 December.

Danh Vo and Dutch collector settle legal battle

(Netherlands)

Hannah McGivern (2015). Danh Vo and Dutch collector settle legal battle. The Art Newspaper. 2 December.

Yangchun Villagers Hire Lawyers to Sue Dutch Collector Over Stolen Mummified Buddha Statue

(China; Netherlands)

Francis Eduard Ang (2015). Yangchun Villagers Hire Lawyers to Sue Dutch Collector Over Stolen Mummified Buddha Statue. Yibada. 20 November.

Familiar Tree Prevails in Car-Scent Trademark Suit

(United States of America)

Andy Newman (2015). Familiar Tree Prevails in Car-Scent Trademark Suit. The New York Times. 19 November.

China Exclusive: Fujian villagers sue after Dutch collector refuses to return stolen god

(China; Netherlands)

Huaxia (2015). China Exclusive: Fujian villagers sue after Dutch collector refuses to return stolen god. Xinhua. 18 November.

Jesus portrait in Breathitt courthouse could draw lawsuit

(United States of America)

Bill Estep (2015). Jesus portrait in Breathitt courthouse could draw lawsuit. Lexington Herald Leader. 16 November.

Fujian villagers turn to legal act to claim Buddha statue with a mummified monk

(China; Netherlands)

China Daily (2015). Fujian villagers turn to legal act to claim Buddha statue with a mummified monk. What's On Xiamen. 16 November.

Monaco gives OK to million-dollar art fraud trial

(Monaco)

AFP (2015). Monaco gives OK to million-dollar art fraud trial. News 24. 13 November.

Marina Abramović sued by former lover and collaborator Ulay

(Netherlands)

Esther Addley (2015). Marina Abramović sued by former lover and collaborator Ulay. The Guardian. 11 November.

'Happily married' socialite stunned by surprise divorce

(United States of America)

Julia Marsh (2015). 'Happily married' socialite stunned by surprise divorce. New York Post. 9 November.

$9M lawsuit over damage to Andy Warhol paintings: court papers

(United States of America; Italy)

Barbara Ross (2015). $9M lawsuit over damage to Andy Warhol paintings: court papers. New York Daily News. 6 November.

Did BLM make undue show of force during Blanding artifact arrest?

(United States of America)

Brian Maffly (2015). Did BLM make undue show of force during Blanding artifact arrest?. The Salt Lake Tribune. 29 October.

Family Rift Clouds Death of Top South Korean Artist

(South Korea)

AFP (2015). Family Rift Clouds Death of Top South Korean Artist. Khmer Times. 28 October.

Legal battle continues over man's claim to Yale's Van Gogh 'The Night Cafe' painting

(United States of America; Russia)

Ed Stannard (2015). Legal battle continues over man's claim to Yale's Van Gogh 'The Night Cafe' painting. New Haven Register. 16 October.

Allegedly Fake Joan Mirós Trigger Trials in Turkey

(Turkey)

Cihan Kucuk (2015). Allegedly Fake Joan Mirós Trigger Trials in Turkey. Hyperallergic. 14 October.

'Poisonous feud' poses a tricky conundrum at the Sherlock Holmes Museum

(United Kingdom)

David Barrett (2015). 'Poisonous feud' poses a tricky conundrum at the Sherlock Holmes Museum. The Telegraph. 13 October.

When is a knockoff a rip-off? An Atlanta artist finds the answer with a lawsuit

(United States of America)

Tony Rehagen (2015). When is a knockoff a rip-off? An Atlanta artist finds the answer with a lawsuit. Atlanta Magazine. 12 October.

Both sides claim victories in art court battle

(New Zealand)

John Weekes (2015). Both sides claim victories in art court battle. The New Zealand Herald. 8 October.

Knoedler Gallery Heads Ann Freedman And Michael Hammer Named In Court-case

(United States of America)

Artlyst (2015). Knoedler Gallery Heads Ann Freedman And Michael Hammer Named In Court-case. Artlyst. 4 October.

French Court Tosses 'Guggenheim vs. Guggenheim' Lawsuit

(France; Italy; United States of America)

Laura C. Mallonee (2015). French Court Tosses 'Guggenheim vs. Guggenheim' Lawsuit. Hyperallergic. 24 September.

Russian billionaire hands two 'stolen' Picassos to French authorities

(France)

Henry Samuel (2015). Russian billionaire hands two 'stolen' Picassos to French authorities. The Telegraph. 24 September.

The Billionaire, the Picassos and a $30 Million Gift to Shame a Middleman

(France; Monaco; Singapore; Hong Kong)

Doreen Carvajal (2015). The Billionaire, the Picassos and a $30 Million Gift to Shame a Middleman. The New York Times. 23 September.

Legal settlement with Armenian church lets Getty Museum keep prized medieval Bible pages

(Armenia; United States of America)

Mike Boehm (2015). Legal settlement with Armenian church lets Getty Museum keep prized medieval Bible pages. Los Angeles Times. 21 September.

Couple Wants Money Back for Stolen Art

(United States of America)

Nick Divito (2015). Couple Wants Money Back for Stolen Art. Courthouse News Service. 15 September.

U.S. judge fines Russia $43.7 million in diplomatic feud over Jewish collection

(Russia; United States of America)

Spencer S. Hsu (2015). U.S. judge fines Russia $43.7 million in diplomatic feud over Jewish collection. The Washington Post. 13 September.

Art collector files to take Honolulu Museum of Art's $880K lawsuit to federal court

(United States of America)

Lorin Eleni Gill (2015). Art collector files to take Honolulu Museum of Art's $880K lawsuit to federal court. Pacific Business News. 11 September.

The International Fight Over Marcel Duchamp's Chess Set

(France; United States of America)

Quinn Norton (2015). The International Fight Over Marcel Duchamp's Chess Set. The Atlantic. 8 September.

French Art Dealer Gailord Bovrisse Slapped with $800,000 Judgment over Fake Chagalls

(United States of America)

Brian Boucher (2015). French Art Dealer Gailord Bovrisse Slapped with $800,000 Judgment over Fake Chagalls. ArtNet News. 26 August.

Jute Sack Artworks Are at the Center of Simchowitz Lawsuit Against Venice Biennale Artist

(Ghana; Ireland)

Sarah Douglas (2015). Jute Sack Artworks Are at the Center of Simchowitz Lawsuit Against Venice Biennale Artist. ArtNews. 25 August.

Consultas tras el saqueo de los restos de once buques de Estado en Florida

(Spain; United States of America)

Consultation over the looting of the remains of eleven ships in the state of Florida

Jesús García Calero (2015). Consultas tras el saqueo de los restos de once buques de Estado en Florida. ABC España. 21 August.

Sotheby's fights copyright agency over Olsen art

(Australia)

Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's fights copyright agency over Olsen art. The Australian. 18 August.

Hunt for acclaimed photographer Vivian Maier's long-lost brother heats up

(United States of America)

Jason Meisner (2015). Hunt for acclaimed photographer Vivian Maier's long-lost brother heats up. The Chicago Tribune. 17 August.

Sigmar Polke Estate Ordered to Return Allegedly Stolen Painting

(Germany)

Henri Neuendorf (2015). Sigmar Polke Estate Ordered to Return Allegedly Stolen Painting. ArtNet News. 12 August.

Knoedler gallery and former director quietly settle three claims over fake paintings

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2015). Knoedler gallery and former director quietly settle three claims over fake paintings. The Art Newspaper. 11 August.

An Taisce files lawsuit against National Gallery of Ireland

(Ireland)

AMA (2015). An Taisce files lawsuit against National Gallery of Ireland. Art Media Agency. 10 August.

Honolulu Museum of Art sues donor for nearly $1M for selling undocumented art

(United States of America)

Lorin Eleni Gill (2015). Honolulu Museum of Art sues donor for nearly $1M for selling undocumented art. Pacific Business News. 10 August.

After Illegally Copying Sculptures, Billionaire Owes Artist $640,000

(United States of America)

Alex Greenberfer (2015). After Illegally Copying Sculptures, Billionaire Owes Artist $640,000. ArtNews. 7 August.

Brooklyn street artist sues over Katy Perry's graffitied Met gala gown

(United States of America)

Laura Gilbert (2015). Brooklyn street artist sues over Katy Perry's graffitied Met gala gown. The Art Newspaper. 6 August.

Neo-Nazi group loses appeal to inherit $250K coin collection

(Canada)

CBC (2015). Neo-Nazi group loses appeal to inherit $250K coin collection. CBC. 31 July.

New York University in legal saga over Villa La Pietra, half a world away in Italy

(Italy; United States of America)

Stephanie Kirchgaessner (2015). New York University in legal saga over Villa La Pietra, half a world away in Italy. The New York Times. 31 July.

Sotheby's primed for battle over John Olsen copyright

(Australia)

Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's primed for battle over John Olsen copyright. The Australian. 31 July.

Federal suit over Ulysses S. Grant's coat, cup dismissed

(United States of America)

Steve Marroni (2015). Federal suit over Ulysses S. Grant's coat, cup dismissed. The Patriot News. 28 July.

Emprenderán proceso legal contra daño patrimonial en Tlaltizapán

(Mexico)

Legal proceedings begun for loss of heritage in Tlaltizapán

Angelina Albarrán (2015). Emprenderán proceso legal contra daño patrimonial en Tlaltizapán. El Sol de Cuautla. 23 July.

Super-rich art collectors settle bitter dispute with dealer they treated 'like a son'

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph (2015). Super-rich art collectors settle bitter dispute with dealer they treated 'like a son'. The Telegraph. 20 July.

Sotheby's sued over John Olsen artworks

(Australia)

Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's sued over John Olsen artworks. The Australian. 15 July.

US Law Firm Files Lawsuit to Return Armenian Property in Incirlik Turkey

(Turkey)

Massis Post (2015). US Law Firm Files Lawsuit to Return Armenian Property in Incirlik Turkey. Massis Post. 14 July.

Swiss art dealer seeks to have assets unfrozen

(Singapore)

Selina Lum (2015). Swiss art dealer seeks to have assets unfrozen. The Straits Times. 7 July.

Owner wins his paintings back

(South Africa)

Zelda Venter (2015). Owner wins his paintings back. IOL. 22 June.

Duke rejects £4.25 million claim over return of stolen da Vinci

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph (2015). Duke rejects £4.25 million claim over return of stolen da Vinci. The Telegraph. 5 June.

Turkey: Armenian Church Sues for Lost Property

(Turkey)

Dorian Jones (2015). Turkey: Armenian Church Sues for Lost Property. Eurasia Net. 21 May.

Did Dmitry Rybolovlev Buy Paintings Stolen From Picasso's Stepdaughter?

(France)

Eileen Kinsella (2015). Did Dmitry Rybolovlev Buy Paintings Stolen From Picasso's Stepdaughter?. ArtNet News. 19 May.

Russian billionaire's family trust joins Picasso heir in accusations against leading art dealer

(France)

Vincent Noce (2015). Russian billionaire's family trust joins Picasso heir in accusations against leading art dealer. The Art Newspaper. 18 May.

Guggenheim vs Guggenheim in French court over art treasures housed in Venice

(Italy; France)

AFP (2015). Guggenheim vs Guggenheim in French court over art treasures housed in Venice. Art Daily. 18 May.

Judge ends Maine man's attempt to salvage Cape Cod shipwreck

(United States of America)

Associated Press (2015). Judge ends Maine man's attempt to salvage Cape Cod shipwreck. 12 News Now. 1 April.

Artist Michel Leah Keck Sues FX for Copyright Infringement for Using Her Paintings on Archer

(United States of America)

Eileen Kinsella (2015). Artist Michel Leah Keck Sues FX for Copyright Infringement for Using Her Paintings on Archer. ArtNet News. 18 March.

Judge Tells Art Fraudster To Get Out of Gallery Business

(United States of America)

Philip Boroff (2015). Judge Tells Art Fraudster To Get Out of Gallery Business. ArtNet News. 3 February.

Lloyd's of London won't pay for lost Degas sculpture, claims disappearance 'mysterious': court papers

(United States of America)

Larry McShane (2014). Lloyd's of London won't pay for lost Degas sculpture, claims disappearance 'mysterious': court papers. New York Daily News. 28 November.

Treasure case involving Delaware lawyer in judge's hands

(United States of America)

Adam Linhardt (2014). Treasure case involving Delaware lawyer in judge's hands. Delaware Online. 28 November.

Ancient arrowheads spur litigation between Victoria College, collector

(United States of America)

Carolina Astrain (2014). Ancient arrowheads spur litigation between Victoria College, collector. Victoria Advocate. 8 November.

Accreditation board will not investigate University of Oklahoma museum's handling of Nazi-looted artwork

(United States of America)

Silas Allen (2014). Accreditation board will not investigate University of Oklahoma museum's handling of Nazi-looted artwork. The Oklahoman. 6 November.

George Clooney's wife Amal Alamuddin aids Greece's bid for return of Elgin Marbles

(Greece)

Edward Malnick (2014). George Clooney's wife Amal Alamuddin aids Greece's bid for return of Elgin Marbles. The Telegraph. 8 October.

Spoiled Antique Medical- Kit Auction Prompts Suit

(United States of America)

Nick Divito (2014). Spoiled Antique Medical- Kit Auction Prompts Suit. Courthouse News Service. 7 October.

The Heir's Not Apparent: A Legal Battle Over Vivian Maier's Work

(United States of America)

Randy Kennedy (2014). The Heir's Not Apparent: A Legal Battle Over Vivian Maier's Work. The New York Times. 5 September.

Agency accused of violating law on remains, relics

(United States of America)

Susan Montoya Bryan (2014). Agency accused of violating law on remains, relics. Reno Gazette Journal. 11 July.

Chinese court rejects family's right to treasures in their great-grandfather's tomb

(China)

Laura Zhou (2014). Chinese court rejects family's right to treasures in their great-grandfather's tomb. South China Morning Post. 8 July.

No, Helly Nahmad Is Not Hiding a $ 20 Million Nazi-Looted Modigliani

(United States of America)

Sarah Cascone (2014). No, Helly Nahmad Is Not Hiding a $ 20 Million Nazi-Looted Modigliani. ArtNet News. 6 June.

Neo-Nazi group loses bid to inherit $250K coin collection

(Canada)

CBC (2014). Neo-Nazi group loses bid to inherit $250K coin collection. CBC. 6 June.

Italian high court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' faces a long delay

(United States of America; Italy)

Mike Boehm (2014). Italian high court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' faces a long delay. Los Angeles Times. 5 June.

Italian court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' is delayed until Thursday

(United States of America; Italy)

Mike Boehm (2014). Italian court's ruling on 'Getty Bronze' is delayed until Thursday. Los Angeles Times. 4 June.

Sorry, Italy, the 'Getty Bronze' belongs in L.A

(United States of America; Italy)

The Times Editorial Board (2014). Sorry, Italy, the 'Getty Bronze' belongs in L.A. Los Angeles Times. 2 June.

Can Getty keep prized 'Bronze'? Italy's high court delays ruling

(United States of America; Italy)

Mike Bohem (2014). Can Getty keep prized 'Bronze'? Italy's high court delays ruling. Los Angeles Times. 8 May.

Italian high court asked to order return of ancient statue

(United States of America; Italy)

Gazzetta del Sud (2014). Italian high court asked to order return of ancient statue. Gazzetta del Sud. 7 May.

The Getty's 'Victorious Youth' is subject of a custody fight

(United States of America; Italy)

Mike Bohem (2014). The Getty's 'Victorious Youth' is subject of a custody fight. Los Angeles Times. 7 May.

Knoedler Forgery Lawsuit Names Art Historian as Defendant

(United States of America)

Patricia Cohen (2014). Knoedler Forgery Lawsuit Names Art Historian as Defendant. The New York Times. 2 April.

National Geographic Channel Pulls 'Nazi War Diggers' Series

(United States of America)

Tom Mashberg (2014). National Geographic Channel Pulls 'Nazi War Diggers' Series. The New York Times. 31 March.

Van Gogh Painting Stolen In Russian Revolution Won't Go Back To Original Owners

(United States of America)

Patrick Frye (2014). Van Gogh Painting Stolen In Russian Revolution Won't Go Back To Original Owners. Inquisitr. 21 March.

After T-Rex Troubles, Dinosaurs Stay on the Rez

(United States of America)

Christina Rose (2014). After T-Rex Troubles, Dinosaurs Stay on the Rez. Indian Country Today. 21 March.

Christie's Postpones Basquiat Sale After Suit Alleges Some Works Are Fakes

(United States of America)

Ellen Gamerman (2014). Christie's Postpones Basquiat Sale After Suit Alleges Some Works Are Fakes. The Wall Street Journal. 9 March.

Seeking Return of Art, Turkey Jolts Museums

(Turkey; United States of America)

Dan Bilefsky (2012). Seeking Return of Art, Turkey Jolts Museums. The New York Times. 30 September.

The Past in Peril: Buying, Selling, Stealing History

(United States of America; Turkey; Italy)

Mike Toner (1999). The Past in Peril: Buying, Selling, Stealing History. Atlanta Journal Constitution. 19 September.

Turkey wins back ancient coins from American millionaire

(Turkey; Germany; United States of America)

Associated Press (1999). Turkey wins back ancient coins from American millionaire. Associated Press. 4 March.

The Case Of the Contested Coins: A Modern-Day Battle Over Ancient Objects

(Turkey; Germany; United States of America)

Barry Meier (1998). The Case Of the Contested Coins: A Modern-Day Battle Over Ancient Objects. The New York Times. 24 September.

Turks Haul Millionaire Into Court for Ancient Silver

(Turkey; Germany; United States of America)

Anne Thompson (1994). Turks Haul Millionaire Into Court for Ancient Silver. Associated Press. 23 February.