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2021 Legal 500 results - Art and Cultural Property team.

The Art and Cultural Property team maintains its Tier 3 ranking in the 2021 Legal 500 directory.

Of this practice area, the 2021 Legal 500 directory says:

Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP has substantial experience of advising a diverse range of clients both inside and outside the UK, including artists (and their personal representatives), collectors, national galleries and museums, as well as philanthropists and entrepreneurs. Other key clients include wealthy families with extensive collections in their family homes. Ed Powles leads the firm’s art and heritage property group, which has particular expertise in complex tax issues and gifts and estate planning. In addition, the team is skilled in advising on significant disputes, sales and purchases, financings and loans. Ceris Gardner, Jennifer Chambers and Clare Maurice are also notable practitioners.

Hall of Fame -  Ceris Gardner 

Other key lawyers:  Ceris Gardner; Jennifer Chambers; Clare Maurice; Jennifer Emms

Clients/Peers say:

One of the very few firms that has a dedicated art and culture department. A team that has been in place for some years now, giving it continuity and, as the years go by, more and more experience

It has a tight and precise team. A pleasure to work with. The team is making a very noticeable entry into the art world

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Art and heritage property Private Wealth

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