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Mishcon de Reya hosted the Ivory Act breakfast seminar

Posted on 12 March 2020

Chaired and hosted by Partner in Art Law in Mishcon Private, Amanda Gray, the panel included Alexander Rhodes, Managing Associate in Mishcon Private, Alexandra Healey QC and Racheal Muldoon of Foundry Chambers and Alan Roberts of UK National Wildlife Crime Unit. They talked about the wider context, enforcement, international position and rationale behind the legislation as well as provided practical guidance for those operating in the art market who are likely to be affected, such as dealers and collectors.

Click here to download a copy of the practical guidelines handout which was available in hard copy at the event.

The Mishcon Art Law department will be monitoring the outcome of the Friends and Antique Cultural Treasures (FACT) appeal, which was heard in the Court of Appeal on the 24-25 February 2020, and the anticipated consultation on secondary legislation to give effect to the Act. 

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