Ronald Lauder Case Against WWII Museum Dismissed

October 1st, 2019

A federal lawsuit brought by Ronald Lauder against the International Museum of World War II has been dismissed last week with prejudice, meaning that it cannot be litigated again, Art News reports. Lauder had reportedly given a collection of objects valued at $25 million to the museum, but was rebuffed when he tried to assert ownership over the objects later on.

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