Sunday, October 10, 2010

Who says lawyers are always the bad guys?!

Finally- a story that may actually give lawyers a good name! Randol Schoenberg, President of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust ("the oldest Holocaust museum in the US") and the lawyer who represented Maria Altmann in the much-publicized arbitration to recover her family's Nazi-looted Klimt paintings, has donated part of the fees he earned in the Altmann case to fund about a third of the museum's $18 million relocation and expansion costs. Read all about it here.

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