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Hunters’ support of London Art Week featured in The Times

  • November 30, 2017
  • By Hunters Law

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With the support of Hunters, the Lincolns Inn firm with a rather smart reputation for serving the landed and super-rich, London Art Week kicks off tomorrow. More than 30 galleries are participating across Mayfair and St James’s.

Tonight there is a preview for the well connected, but last night the Hunters partners Hetty Gleave and Gregor Kleinknecht delivered a seminar on “Law and the art of collecting” at Simon C Dickinson on Jermyn Street. “We thought that it would also be a useful move to be able to give some tips to new and established collectors about the legal issues involved in developing their collections,” said Gleave.

Hunters will also be running law clinics for the participating galleries.

Read the full article in The Times here, behind a paywall.

 

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