Grossman LLP Secures Total Victory In Second Circuit Appeal
Involving Recovery of Stolen Painting01/03/2023In late 2020, after two-plus years of litigation in multiple jurisdictions and a three-day bench trial in the Southern District of New York, Grossman LLP obtained a win in a title dispute over a painting that was stolen from a major corporate art collection decades ago and replaced with a skilled forgery. Today, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed that victory.
Grossman LLP Defeats Attempt to Dismiss Defamation Claim by Art Dealer Against Major Art Gallery
09/06/2022Last month, the Grossman team prevailed in defending a prominent art dealer’s complaint against a gallery’s motion to dismiss.
Grossman LLP Defeats Summary Judgment in Securities Fraud Case Arising from Ticket-Resale Ponzi Scheme
06/10/2022In a major win for investors with losses totaling over $5.5 million, Grossman LLP has defeated summary judgment in a securities fraud case arising from “a Ponzi scheme built on a false promise to buy and resell tickets to high-profile events like the Broadway musical ‘Hamilton.’”
Grossman LLP Wins Summary Judgment In Dispute Over Chagall Painting Caught Up In Chowaiki Scandal
05/09/2022In a major win, Grossman LLP has obtained summary judgment for our client in a long-running title dispute involving a Marc Chagall painting that was part of the fraudulent schemes of disgraced art dealer Ezra Chowaiki.
Grossman LLP Attorney Kate Lucas Lectures on Art Law at Duke Kunshan University
03/14/2022In late February, Grossman LLP’s Kate Lucas talked to undergraduate students at Duke Kunshan University about her work in art law.CATEGORY : Firm Update
Grossman LLP Team Obtains—and Collects—$3 Million Judgment In Art Fraud Case
08/25/2021The team at Grossman LLP has just recovered $3 million in satisfaction of a judgment that the firm obtained for an art collector defrauded by an art dealer in connection with the sale of a Pablo Picasso painting.
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