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Emelyne is an associate in the London office of Constantine Cannon LLP. She specialises in Art & Cultural Property Law and Commercial Dispute Resolution. Emelyne also assists teams in the Antitrust Litigation & Counselling Group.
Within the Art & Cultural Property Law Group, Emelyne represents a broad range of clients, including collectors, galleries, dealerships, art advisors, auction houses and artists on a variety of domestic and international, including contentious, non-contentious and regulatory matters.
Emelyne also advises high profile clients through various modes of dispute resolution including litigation, judicial review, arbitration or mediation.
Emelyne has presented at Christie’s Education London, the New College of the Humanities, the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London and the Paris-based Sorbonne Law School.
Prior to joining Constantine Cannon LLP, Emelyne was an intern in the Restitution Department of Christie’s in London and also worked in City of London and Paris law firms.
Art & Cultural Property Law
Commercial and Antitrust Litigation
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Examining the more recent court cases, Azmina Jasani and Emelyne Peticca highlight the tension between Appropriation art and copyright law in The Art Newspaper. Read...Read More
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