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US Supreme Court rules against Holocaust victims’ heirs in Nazi-era disputes
February 4, 2021
“United States law governs domestically but does not rule the world,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the decision.
US Supreme Court to rule on whether Jews can recover Nazi-stolen art
The Jewish Journal
December 10, 2020
The case centers on the Guelph Treasure, purchased by Jewish art dealers who were later forced by the Nazis to sell it to the Prussian State Museum for a third of its value.
US Supreme Court to hear two cases related to Holocaust restitution
December 4, 2020
Although foreign governments usually cannot be sued in American courts, exceptions for acts of terrorism or acts of property confiscation violating international law have been made.
US Supreme Court to hear case of Nazi-stolen art
July 7, 2020
The justices are expected to hear the case this fall, after summer recess.
US Supreme Court expected to rule on whether to hear case of Nazi-stolen art
June 3, 2020
The collection, worth around $225 million, consists of medieval church relics and was owned by the House of Guelph in 1671 until it was sold to a group of art dealers in 1929.