The Transnational Dispute Management Journal recently published an article written by Prof. S.I. Strong in a special issue, “Art and Heritage Disputes in International and Comparative Law.” Prof. Strong’s contribution, “Rubin Redux: Rights Balancing in Cultural Heritage Litigation,” focused on a series of cases arising in the federal district and appellate courts in the First and Seventh Circuits regarding the attempted attachment of certain cultural antiquities found in various museums, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Field Museum in Chicago.
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Professor Publishes Article on Cultural Heritage Law
November 7th, 2013