Adjunct professor William McGrath: 1922 slander, disparagement case still used in art world disputes

Posted February 11, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Jan. 30, 2014

William McGrath, assistant director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law, discusses the Hahn v. Duseen case that led to the rise of artwork experts in court. It follows the 1922 case that argued the authenticity of a paining up for sale.

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