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Federal Bar Council presents Art & Antiquities Law Part 1: Legal Principles and Policy Issues Related to Restitution of Antiquities June 12, 2024 6:00pm – 7:30pm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP 1133 Avenue of the Americas New York NY 10036 Cocktail preceding the program and continuing afterward This CLE will introduce the general laws, legal principles, and policy issues concerning the legal treatment of art and cultural heritage, including: legal history and current legal frameworks; jurisdictional considerations; direct actions by state sovereigns versus actions by U.S. prosecutors; considerations for private actors faced with investigations or claims for restitution. 1.5 Transitional/Non-Transitional CLE Credits in Areas of Professional Practice Judicial Moderator The Honorable Gary Stein United States Magistrate Judge, SDNY Panelists Leila A. Amineddoleh, Esq. Amineddoleh & Associates LLC Jane A. Levine, Esq. The ArtRisk Group Harry Sandick, Esq. Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP Program Coordinators Taline Sahakian, Esq. Constantine Cannon LLP Travis J. Mock, Esq. Rakower Law PLLC Federal Bar Council Program Committee Co-Chairs Celeste Koeleveld, Esq. Clifford Chance US LLP Julian S. Brod, Esq. Shapiro Arato Bach LLP In order to register, you must sign in to your Federal Bar Council account. If you do not have an account, you can create one using this link. This program is free for Federal Bar Council Members and $112.50 for Non-Members. For more information about the benefits of membership in the Federal Bar Council, click here. Financial Hardship Policy The Federal Bar Council is pleased to offer a 50% discount on the cost of its CLE Programs to attorneys who are unemployed, who are employed in the public sector or who work for a not-for-profit entity and are able to establish financial hardship. The original application for this discount must be submitted to the Federal Bar Council at least two weeks prior to the CLE Program for which it applies. Please contact the Council for an application form. If you have any questions, please contact CLE@federalbarcouncil.com.