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Constantine Cannon lawyers are regularly published in a wide variety of publications, and are frequent public speakers. This page collects some of these publications, speeches, and other appearances.  You can search by attorney name, and additional material may appear on individual attorney biographies.  The views of Constantine Cannon attorneys in publications are the personal views of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Constantine Cannon.

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Federal Bar Council: Antitrust & Big Tech

Posted  06/17/21
CC Attorney Matthew L. Cantor
Partner Matthew Cantor was a panelist at the June 17, 2021 Federal Bar Council webinar titled, Antitrust & Big Tech. Click here to read more.

So, the Supreme Court Preserves Security Research from the CFAA

Posted  06/10/21
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Partner Seth Greenstein published an article in the Disruptive Competition blog, So, the Supreme Court Preserves Security Research from the CFAA (June 9, 2021).  Click here to read the article.

Buying and Selling Art in the Era of Covid-19

Posted  05/6/21
Bringing her two worlds together, Azmina provided a legal perspective from both New York and London at the Federal Bar Association’s Virtual Art Law Conference. Azmina presented alongside co-panellists Sherri North Cohen and Karen Boyer, with the panel moderated by Amelia Brankov. To learn more, email us at

Legal, political and public relations strategies to protect cultural property.

Posted  04/29/21
cover design for webinar on stolen heritage and cultural property trafficking
Joining forces with international law and cultural property specialists at Foley Hoag LLP; Azmina and Till presented to State sovereign experts on protecting cultural property, both domestic and abroad. To learn more, email us at

Mobile Payments in the Antitrust Spotlight

Posted  04/26/21
By Ankur Kapoor
Ankur Kapoor moderated a panel on recent enforcement actions in mobile-payments markets around the globe, including the European Commission’s opening an investigation into Apple Pay, the Competition Commission of India’s action against Google Pay, China’s considering a probe into Alipay and WeChat Pay, and the USDOJ Antitrust Division's actions against Visa. (Apr. 26, 2021)

Whistleblowing in the art market

Posted  04/21/21
In an article for the RICS, Azmina shares insights on the tighter legislation against money laundering being introduced in the UK and US. The art market must take reform seriously. A failure to do so poses significant risks. Read here

How New Anti–Money Laundering Laws Will Affect Art Collectors

Posted  03/18/21
How will the new antimoneylaundering laws affect artcollectors? How will the UK's anti-money laundering regime, which transposes EU directives, be affected by Brexit? Many fascinating questions which are answered in this article where Samuel McIlhagga quotes our partner . Read more

The Art Law Review: Recent Developments in the Art Market

Posted  02/18/21
By Emelyne Peticca
The year 2020 has been one of uncertainty and challenge for the art market at least as much as for any other sector, with the market having to address the challenges of significantly increased levels of regulation while at the same time dealing with the real-time effects of the covid-19 pandemic and the uncertainties around the looming departure of the UK from the EU. With the UK accounting for the second largest...
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