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Work 020 7412 0050
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Fax 020 7412 0049
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61 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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www.hunters-solicitors.co.uk

Petra Warrington

Tel:
Work 020 7412 0050
Email:
Hunters Law LLP

Work Department

Dispute Resolution and Business Services

Position

Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution and Business Services department with experience of a broad range of transactional and dispute resolution work, with an emphasis on commercial litigation, intellectual property and art and cultural heritage law.

Career

Trainee Solicitor, Klein Solicitor, 2011-13; Qualified 2013; Associate Solicitor, Klein Solicitors, 2013-14; Senior Associate, Hunters, 2014 to date.

Education

Bryn Mawr College (2005 BA); Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London (2006 MA); BPP Law School (2011 GDL; LPC, Law); London School of Economics and Political Science (2015 LLM)


London: Private client

Art and cultural property

Within: Art and cultural property

Hunters incorporating May, May & Merrimans  fields a ‘professional and capable’ team under the leadership of Hetty Gleave who has an ‘excellent track record in this area’. It has ‘several very able and knowledgeable practitioners who deal with all aspects of art and cultural property from litigation to problem solving for clients with cultural assets. The team also has a nice human touch’. Gleave has a ‘wealth of knowledge’ and the ‘very responsiveGregor Kleinknecht  ‘has a great eye for detail and is very well-informed in this area’. Senior associatePetra Warrington  is ‘very patient and is building up considerable experience in this field’ and all three make a ‘great team’. The skilled team has a ‘very good ethos and range of clients’ such as artists, dealers, galleries and collectors as well as public and private institutions. It advises on the full spectrum of issues from title disputes to other issues such as questions of misattribution. It also advises on a myriad of other complex issues including claims regarding illegally excavated and/or exported artefacts and advice in relation to treasure. Gleave is a member of the Treasure Valuation Committee which advises the Secretary of State on the fair market value of declared treasure finds from the UK which museums may wish to acquire. Both Gleave and Kleinknecht are mediators and members of the Art Resolve (this is a specialist Art Dispute Resolution Service). In addition Gregor is a qualified arbitrator and is a member of the PAIAM (Professional Advisors to the International Art Market) board.

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