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Withers appoints new Head of Art Law

Withers have appointed Celia Lloyd Davidson as Head of their UK’s Art Law practice. Celia Lloyd Davidson, Withers

“Celia’s commercial and technical expertise is highly sought after by our arts clients, and this appointment is a well-deserved acknowledgement of her skills and reputation in the art world” said Diana Wierbicki, Withers’ Global Head of Art Law. “Under Celia’s leadership we will direct the arts sector knowledge that has always run through our UK practices, from tax and estates lawyers, to family law and litigation practitioners, to offer a complete legal solution to clients.”

Celia has been with Withers’ Art Law practice since 2011 and has experience in copyright, patent, and other intellectual property law issues.

Celia said: “Withers has an enviable list of clients in the art world and our art law capabilities are second to none. I look forward to driving forward the development of the UK team and contributing to the global service we offer to professionals and collectors in the art market.

Withers are involved across the art world, including advising art collectors, museums, private auction houses and galleries.

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