I am an art and cultural heritage law professor, the Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation (a cultural heritage non-profit organization), a musician, and an attorney. I specialize in art, cultural heritage, and intellectual property law.
I have worked as a legal consultant for emerging artists, new and established galleries, fashion designers, musicians, art collectors, and arts organizations. I am involved in all aspects of due diligence, and arts transactional work, and have represented major art collectors in disputes related to multi-million contractual matters, art authentication, international cultural heritage law violations, and complex fraud schemes. When not working as an attorney, I enjoy performing as a pianist.
To learn more about my work, visit http://www.lombardip.com/.