Strengthening the law and its enforcement is critical to combatting antiquities looting and trafficking. Learn more about the legal and judicial tools utilized in the fight against cultural racketeering, and how they are applied in practice from customs seizures, to police investigations, to criminal prosecutions.
Allies from the Financial, Legal, Law Enforcement, and Art Market Communities Lay Roadmap for Action Hollywood, FL (April 16, 2019)—Today the Antiquities Coalition launched its new Financial Crimes Task Force, […]Read More >
New Antiquities Coalition Policy Brief Explores How Hong Kong Can Protect Consumers and Markets from Cultural Racketeering The Antiquities Coalition today released a policy brief analyzing how Hong Kong’s laws […]Read More >
The Antiquities Coalition commends Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. for the January 5 seizure of a number of Classical masterpieces from the private collection of hedge fund billionaire Michael H. Steinhardt.Read More >