The Hague Gets New Court for Art Disputes

May 10th, 2018

The Court of Arbitration for Art, or CAA, a new juridical body formed to resolve international conflicts over art, has been founded in The Hague, Artforum reports.  “Courts are reactive bodies,” founder William Charron of the New York firm Pryor Cashman says. “They don’t go out and independently try to search for the truth on their own. They take the evidence that is presented by the parties and they do the best they can. The thinking with CAA is, if you have art practitioners as the deciders, they’re going to be better positioned to evaluate the evidence.”

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