New York's salary transparency law finally goes into effect, bringing some clarity to art industry's opacity around compensation

The municipal law, which was originally due to go into effect in the spring, requires businesses to list salary ranges on job postings, but many feel this should already be standard practice in the art world

Lacma has put its director’s spacious $6.57m home on the market

A more modest Los Angeles dwelling seems to be lined up for Michael Govan

Claimant severs his ties with London-based restitution commission

Organisation had insisted he demand return of drawings held by the British Museum, but he wanted financial compensation


Victims of Hamas suicide bombers demand Iranian antiquities from US museums in compensation for injuries

Terrorist attacks in Jerusalem which killed five and injured hundreds were executed with funding from Iran—say plaintiffs in several lawsuits

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$6.5 million settlement to heir for stolen Picasso

Chicago collector agrees to pay claimant to gain title to the work

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Fair play, not the letter of the law for Tate restitution case

The panel finds Tate has legal title to a war-loot picture but agrees that the claimants should be compensated on ethical grounds