Katalin works on legal and practical concerns deriving from the international control of movement of art. Her specific expertise focuses on the European export license regime and comprehensive international art litigation. Katalin’s experience has also included cross-border art related inheritance management under the European regime, as well as copyright infringement disputes and negotiations.
She is partner of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention Academic Project (UCAP), an international project with the objective of promoting favorable legal environment for restitution of stolen and illegally exported cultural objects. She is also UCAP contributing partner to academic research on the International Resolution of Disputes Concerning Restitution and Return of Illegally Transferred Cultural Objects.
Katalin is author of several articles offering better understanding of the art market and cultural heritage issues. Most recent publications include Alternative Dispute Resolution for Art-Related Disputes and The Difficulties of Cross-Border Restitution of Looted Art.
She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law, London, and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. She was appointed to the original Arbitration and Mediation pools of CAfA in January 2020.
Katalin’s educational background includes: LL.M. in European Business Law (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) and LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution (University of London). She is admitted to the Budapest Bar Association. She has excellent knowledge and working proficiency in English, Italian, French and Hungarian
Jurisdiction: Hungary and Italy