The gallery claims it was transparent about potential delays and tried to accommodate alternate payment plans.
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Alain Dreyfus says the auction house should have known about the painting’s dubious provenance.
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US investigators opened a fraud probe into the Swiss dealer, but dropped the case when his so-called victim reaped a $270 million reward.
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The Berkshire Museum and La Salle University face sanction from the Association of Art Museum Directors.
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The French artist took the pop star to court in 2016 for allegedly appropriating her work in the music video for “Born This Way.”
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The court at the Old Bailey hears that Safaa Boular, her older sister and mother plotted further Islamist attacks in central London.
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The Court of Arbitration for Art, opening in June in The Hague, offers expert decisions at a fraction of the cost of the conventional system.
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