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ADSA organizes a Stolen Art Law talk and a “field trip” to the theater to watch the movie “Woman in Gold”, which is about the 2004 Supreme Court case Altmann v. Austria. As you may know, this arbitration case opposed the Republic of Austria to Maria Altmann, an Austrian lady, who was stolen 6 Klimt paintings during the Nazi Germany period and sued to recover them from the Belvedere Palace in Vienna, where these were exposed to the public.
Professor Stacey Jessiman, who is currently co-teaching the Stolen Art class, together with the renowned Professor John H. Merryman, would join us and give a talk on the facts and implications of the case at the Law School, right before we all head to the movies (likely in Redwood or Mountain View).
It will take place, as announced, on Tuesday, April 28.
We will gather at 5:45 pm at the Law School to hear Professor Stacey Jessiman, who will give us a talk on the facts and implications of Altmann v. Austria.
We will then head to the movies in Redwood for the 7:45 pm screening.
Details to follow for those of you who register. Please register even if you already took part in the previous survey – Registration beforehand is mandatory.