Ancient Artifacts in Court: How the Case of Rubin v. Iran Could Affect Museums
In this lunchtime lecture, Laina Lopez, an attorney with Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP, will discuss whether the cultural heritage of another country can be put up for sale by United States courts to satisfy judgments for the victims of terrorism. Sponsored by the Penn Cultural Heritage Center.
Penn Cultural Heritage Center
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