Lawsuits are continuing to pile up against the Knoedler gallery, which closed in 2011 amid accusations that it sold forged paintings for millions. The latest complaint, filed by a billionaire Toronto art mogul, may be the most interesting because it takes the position that three disputed Jackson Pollocks at the center of the controversy are actually authentic, and that the gallery should have tried harder to sell them.
Art Scandal Sparks New Wave of Cases, More Work for Boies Schiller
The Litigation Daily
February 25, 2013
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