An IAL seminar entitled The Commercial Aspects of Treasure will be held in conjunction with the global law firm Clyde & Co at their offices in London on Monday 1st of December 2014 from 9.00 am until 2.00 pm.
The seminar will examine a range of issues relating to the law of treasure and finds, including the scope and merits of the reward regime, developers’ interests in discovered antiquities, the interests of the metal detecting industry, the influence of the export licensing regime, commercial cross-border metal detecting excursions, public and private fund raising and the financial aspects (including Treasury constraints) of museum acquisition.
The speakers are as follows:
- Tony Baumgartner (Clyde & Co)
- Norman Palmer QC CBE (3 Stone Buildings)
- Dr Roger Bland (British Museum)
- Richard Harwood QC OBE (39 Essex Street)
- Hetty Gleave (Hunters)
- Harry Martin (3 Stone Buildings)
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