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Attorneys address the disputed future of Nazi-looted art

September 28, 2018, San Francisco Daily Journal

Simon Frankel participated in a conference called “Righting a Wrong: The Future of Nazi Looted Art” and is quoted in the San Francisco Daily Journal. Mr. Frankel says, “A museum faced with a restitution claim to a daily accessioned work cannot restitute the work unless it determines that the claim is well-founded.” He adds, “The institution must reasonably investigate the claim. If the museum determines the claim is, on balance, meritorious, it must turn the work over to claimant.”

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