Corinne Hershkovitch has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1992.
She intervenes in the fields of art market, research provenance, circulation of cultural goods, protection of cultural heritage and intellectual property.
Corinne Hershkovitch is invited as a speaker to numerous conferences dedicated to her fields of intervention. She regularly publishes books and articles and participates in various academic and university courses.
Corinne Hershkovitch is also president of the Association pour le Soutien aux Travaux de Recherche Engagés sur les Spoliations (Astres). It was founded in 2019 by Dominique Schnapper and Marcel Wormser.
Corinne Hershkovitch and her team work directly with the client in the frame of a close relationship.
An in-depth knowledge of the art market and its actors, a great command of legal rules applicable to cultural goods, an interdisciplinary approach and a high degree of international mobility are as many assets on which Corinne Herskovitch’s firm relies on to assist the clients.
The conditions of intervention and the amount of fees are fixed at the opening of your dossier. It is fixed on the basis of the rules in force within the Paris Bar and needs expressed by clients.
Art market, cultural goods and heritage
Corinne Hershkovitch’s firm has extensive experience in both litigation and consulting. It assists art market’s participants (artists, collectors, museums, dealers and intermediaries) in all aspects of their activities: due diligences required for the acquisition of artworks, drafting of agreements, transportation, insurance, circulation, loans, publications.
Since 1995, Corinne Hershkovitch has been involved in numerous cases of restitution of Jewish property looted during the Second World War or relocalisation of cultural property. She has acquired great expertise in both judicial and alternative dispute resolution regarding the ownership and localisation of cultural property.
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