Last June, the director of this firm, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, gave the subject “Taxation in Conveyancing of Works of Art”, within the I Master of Specialist in the Art Market Law, organized by the Carlos III University in Madrid, in which he has participated as a professor. The Master, a pioneer in Spain in.
Last 30th September 2016, the director of this office, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, taught the Master Class “Preventive legal advice to administrations, individuals and operators in the Historical Heritage area”, part of the course “Transformations in the Spanish Historical Heritage Legislation” which took place at the headquarters of the Heritage School of Nájera -Escuela de Patrimonio de.
The prestigious Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain (Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España – IPCE), under the Ministry of Culture organization, has invited the director of this office, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, to teach the Master Class “Preventive legal advice to administrations, individuals and operators in the Historical Heritage area”, part of the course.
Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, director of this Law Firm, has answered to some questions posed on the occasion of works of art transactions in connection with money laundering conducts. This interview took place last 9th June 2016 in the newspaper La Marea. We transcribe some passages of such an interview: ¿Es fácil blanquear dinero.
The director of this Firm, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, was interviewed by Almudena Cacho in the Radio Programme Más que Palabras of Radio Euskadi on 27th December 2015. The lawyer answered to interesting legal issues arisen on ocassion of the recent discovery of the galleon San José, sunken by English ships in Colombian waters in.
The Director of this office, Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, has intervened on 11th March 2015 on the radio programme “Esto me suena. Las tardes del Ciudadano García” of Radio Nacional de España -nationwide radiostation- on the ocassion of discussing the recent judgment held by the Madrid Appeal Court, Administrative Division (Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Madrid).
I. Introduction Some countries in Europe have a strong industry devoted to cultural goods. Particularly, United Kingdom attracts a meaningful number of all cultural goods transactions that take place in the world. The art market is a prime example of British achievement in a highly competitive global environment. Britain has 29% of the global art.
In addition to being subscribed to a very special legal framework, one of the reasons to seek expert legal advice in operations relating to works of art and cultural heritage is taxation. The sale of works of art often has a transnational component, in which buyer and seller are of different nationalities and subject to.
En español. Auf Deutsch. Independantly of the peculiarities of regional legislation, the basic national Law of Spain refers to several categories of goods included in the Spanish Historical Heritage. A) Arqueological Heritage Article 40 of the Historical Heritage Act declares that movable or immovable property is part of this Heritage when it can be studied.
Antonio Pedro Rodríguez Bernal, director of this office, was awarded the Gold Medal of Professional Prestige by Forum Europe 2001 during a brilliant ceremony and gala dinner which was held at the Palace Hotel in Madrid on the 21st of February 2014. Antonio Rodríguez Pedro Bernal is an experienced attorney in the criminal jurisdiction. He.