Seminar on Brexit and the art world – 11 February 2021

Posted on: January 21, 2021 by

We are pleased to announce an upcoming seminar, ‘Brexit, legal changes and the art world‘ on 11th February, offered by the Institute of Art & Law (IAL) and Hunters Law LLP.

The seminar will cover the recent legal changes brought about by the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and the end of the Transition Period. This will include such vital matters as import, export and tax (including VAT), data protection and consumer protection, dispute resolution and copyright. Experts in these areas will briefly present the issues and then discuss. This is your chance to get up to speed with the many, and often confusing, changes brought about by the recent political situation.

Speakers to include: Gregor Kleinknecht (partner, Hunters Law), Ivan Macquisten (arts consultant, iMacQ), Daniel Dalton (former MEP, consultant), Kristian Hitchinson (Constantine Shipping), Catherine Thompson (Rawlinson & Hunter Chartered Accountants), Naomi Korn (Naomi Korn & Associates), Emily Gould (IAL) and Tom Christopherson (Advisor, Bonhams). Panel moderation by Alex Herman (IAL).

The event will be eligible for 3 CPD points.

Date: 11th February 2021

Time: 1.30 pm to 5.00 pm, UK time

Cost: £60.00 incl VAT (£50.00 + £10.00 VAT). 50% discount for IAL and UKRG members.



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About Alexander Herman

Alexander is Director of the Institute of Art and Law. You can find him on Twitter @artlawalex and on LinkedIn. His two books 'The Parthenon Marbles Dispute – Heritage, Law Politics' and 'Restitution – The Return of Cultural Artefacts' are out now.