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New York firm Danziger, Danziger and Muro has a well-established art law practice. "They have a dedicated art practice and are a boutique firm with high-level expertise," remarks a market expert. "It's a top-notch boutique firm that specialises in transactional work," says another interviewee, adding: "They are very good if you need to negotiate and deal with the auction houses - they are a great boutique for representing the buyer and seller."
The firm's attorneys regularly work with collectors, galleries, artists and cultural institutions on transactions, and also assist banks and borrowers with art lending.
Thomas Danziger has long-standing experience in the art law market and is praised for being "a very, very good lawyer who knows the art world very well and is very well connected." Another source describes him as a "very informed person in the art world and an excellent lawyer" and adds that "he knows his stuff and all the nuances in the art world." Danziger advises on high-level transactions and regularly acts for individual and institutional clients.