Episode 49: The Lawyer's Role in Art Transactions, featuring Jo Backer Laird - Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
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Episode 49: The Lawyer’s Role in Art Transactions, featuring Jo Backer Laird

Episode 49: The Lawyer’s Role in Art Transactions, featuring Jo Backer Laird

This week, Staff Correspondent Chloe Curtis talks with Jo Backer Laird, one of the world’s leading art lawyers. Jo served as General Counsel to Christie’s for 10 years, and is currently Of Counsel at Patterson Belknap. Chloe and Jo discuss the role of the lawyer in art transactions, and the type of relationship that exists between lawyer and client. Their conversation focuses on the role of the lawyer in representing private collectors, museums and artist foundations in various dealings.

Jo’s bio can be found on the Patterson Belknap website.

 

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Chloe Curtis

Chloe Curtis is a second-year J.D. candidate at Fordham University School of Law, and a staff member of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal.