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Rebecca Foden

London, UK High Net Worth Guide 2021 Ranked in 1 departments
Ranked in : Art and Cultural Property Law
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Rebecca Foden is "one to watch," according to an industry source. She is a senior associate at the firm who advises clients on commercial disputes, including matters involving stolen artworks and title disputes. "Rebecca is organised, has a mastery of the detail and offers well thought through, pragmatic, commercial advice. She is easy to deal with, responsive, thoughtful and smart," observes an interviewee.
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Rebecca has a wide ranging commercial litigation practice with a particular focus on shareholder disputes, art litigation and cross border civil fraud claims. Rebecca acts for companies, international clients and high net worth individuals.

In the field of art law, including art litigation, Rebecca represents collectors, dealers, artists, foundation and galleries. She deals with all aspects of art litigation, including cases involving, professional negligence, attribution, authenticity, disputed ownership, fraud, guarantees, recovery, insolvency and enforcement.

Rebecca's notable art law cases have included representing a Claimant vendor in a professional negligence claim against a leading auction house relating to the sale of a painting which was sold as a copy but subsequently attributed to Caravaggio (Thwaytes v Sotheby's [2015] EWHC 36 (Ch)); representing Claimant vendors in a professional negligence claim against a leading auction house relating to a painting which was sold as 'studio of Titian' and which is now attributed to Titian. The claim settled immediately before trial, but was widely reported in the media.

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Rebecca co-founded and is a regular contributor of Boodle Hatfield's art law blog, Art Law & More www.artlawandmore.com

She has guest lectured at Christie’s Education and the Institute of Art & Law.

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