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Valuing Antiques and Collectibles - 2019

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  • When you need to retain an expert
  • Where to find a qualified and honest valuation expert
  • How estate sales, auctions and liquidators work
  • Whether your malpractice insurance will cover you if you give bad advice or recommendations to your client
  • The mistake of trusting “gut instinct" about what is and isn’t valuable

Look at how valuation impacts your practice

  • Family Lawyers: How do you handle valuing antiques and collections in divorce actions?
  • Bankruptcy Counsel: What is your responsibility relative to valuing collectible assets of a debtor?
  • T&E Attorneys: Could you be liable for allowing valuable estate assets to be sold without obtaining real value?

Recorded live in March 2019.

Practice Areas


Josh J.T. Byrne Esq. Marshall Dennehey, P.C. (Phila)
Samuel T. Freeman III Freeman's
Holly S. Miller Esq. Gellert Scali Busenkell & Brown LLC (Phila)
David J. Steerman Esq. Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP (Phila)
Eric R. Strauss Esq. Worth Magee & Fisher PC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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