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Deborah Lechtman

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Biography

 

Deborah Lechtman joined LALIVE in 2014. Her main areas of practice include domestic and international litigation, corporate and contract law, white collar crime and compliance, debt recovery, art and cultural property law.

 

She is a member of the Geneva Bar Association (she served as a board member of the Geneva Young Bar Association from 2013-2014), the Swiss Federation of Lawyers and the Art Law Foundation.

 

Before joining LALIVE, Deborah Lechtman trained with Froriep in Geneva and London (2013-2014). She also completed an internship at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP (2011).

 

Deborah Lechtman holds a Master in Economic Law (2012), a Certificate in Transnational Law from the Duke Geneva Institute in Transnational Law (2011), a Certificate in Transnational Law from the University of Geneva (2012), as well as a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions (2012). She also completed a certification in mediation in Tel Aviv (2012).

Publications

Collect & ProtectSandrine Giroud, Deborah Lechtman, Nigel Glenday, 2016

STEP Journal, August / September 2016 Vol. 24, Issue 7, pp. 52-53



The Art of Lending against Works of ArtSandrine Giroud, Deborah Lechtman, Nigel Glenday, 2016

Family Office ELITE, Summer edition, 2016, pp. 87-88



SwitzerlandThomas Widmer, Deborah Lechtman, 2016

In: Dennis Campbell (General Ed.), Internet: Laws and Regulatory Regimes - 2nd Edition, Juris Publishing, 2016



Rapport de conférence – Le blanchiment d’argent dans le marché de l’art: une réalité?Deborah Lechtman, 2016

Art law magazine, Fondation pour le droit de l’art



Le monde de l’art doit s’adapter à la lutte contre le blanchiment, la fraude fiscale et le terrorismeMarc Henzelin, Deborah Lechtman, 2015

Not@lex – Revue de droit privé et fiscal du patrimoine, issue 3, 2015, pp. 73



Art, money laundering and terrorist financing: new developments in Swiss lawSandrine Giroud, Deborah Lechtman, 2015

International Bar Association (IBA): Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law publications, 29 September 2015



Patients’ rights to information, medical secrecy and HIVDeborah Lechtman, Georges Racine, 2015

International Law Office, September 2015



Création d’une base de données unique européenne sur les oeuvres orphelines Deborah Lechtman, 2015

Newsletter of the Fondation pour le droit de l’art, n°29, April 2015, pp. 2-3



Embryos, research, ethics and policyDeborah Lechtman, Georges Racine, 2015

International Law Office, February 2015