Art Law

Libra benefits from an expertise in art law, accompanying the various actors of the art world in their activities (i.e., artists, auction property, galleries, agents). Libra manages litigation or pre-litigation related to issues in the art world: origin, action claim, authenticity, liability of the experts; as well as intermediaries in the art world: auction properties, galleries, professional in the art world. Libra assists clients in drafting their contracts: purchase agreements, loan agreements, agreements related to exhibitions, exclusivity contracts, ordering agreements. Libra also addresses issues related to exporting works of art. The partners at Libra are also experienced in complex estate litigation related to works of art.

Droit du Marché de l'Art, Dalloz Action 2016/2017

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L'altération de l'oeuvre d'art et le rôle de l'expert en matière de faux

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Frances Auchincloss Goldsmith

Frances Auchincloss Goldsmith

Frances Goldsmith started her career working in the firm of a former Criminal Investigative Judge in 2004 while completing her law degree at the University Paris Dauphine. She then trained at internationally renowned Anglo-Saxon law firms in their Merger and Acquisitions departments.   

Her preference for technical cross-border legal issues led her to join the litigation team of UGGC Avocats where she regularly practiced large-scale cross-border litigations and developed an expertise in international family law. 

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Matthieu Vincent

Matthieu Vincent

Matthieu Vincent has over 15 years of experience in French and Anglo-Saxon prestigious corporate law firms.

He has developed an expertise in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and financing.

Matthieu Vincent has also developed a solid practice in the field of entertainment (including agency of casinos, beaches and shows) and art law.

 
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Delphine Eskenazi

Delphine Eskenazi

Delphine Eskenazi has over ten years of experience in renowned international and French law firms (Bird & Bird, UGGC Avocats). 

She has developed a specific expertise in complex international litigation. She also acts as an expert on French legal questions before foreign courts and in particular in Anglo-Saxon countries. 

This expertise was initially developed through corporate law litigation. 

She then applied this knowledge to her work in international family law, in order to advise private clients on their complex family issues.

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Bernard Grelon

Bernard Grelon

Professor of law for now over 40 years, Bernard Grelon has taught many different subjects in corporate law (Bankruptcy law, corporate governance, international corporate law, regulatory law) at the University of Amiens and the University Paris Dauphine and the Ecole des Ponts. 

He participated in the creation of the new draft mining code initiated by the French government in 2012. 

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Droit du Marché de l'Art, "Les collectivités publiques et le Marché de l'Art Français" et "Les personnes privées, partenaires des Collectivités Publiques"

A participé à la rédaction des livres VII et VIII consacrés au rôle de l'Etat sur le Marché de l'Art, dans l'ouvrage Dalloz Action 2013/2014, Droit du Marché de l'Art.

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Un droit de suite généralisé aux Etats-Unis ?

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