Monday, June 09, 2014

"[A] potentially far-reaching decision ... that allows the victims of Nazi-related looting and their heirs to press ahead with legal efforts to reclaim stolen artwork."

I don't usually cover Holocaust restitution cases here at the blog, but I did write about the Norton Simon Museum lawsuit for the Journal of Art Crime a couple years ago so thought I'd mention the latest development in the case.  The NYT's Patricia Cohen has a report here.  The LA Times is here.  Nicholas O'Donnell comments here.