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January 22, 2015 - Art Insurance Methodology: Practical Concerns for Personal Property Appraisers NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that it will participate in the Appraiser Association of Americas art insurance methodology program on January 29, 2015 with Herrick Feinstein, LLP at their offices.
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October 12, 2015 - The Global Center of Innovation for the i2M Standards NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that the Global Center of Innovation for the i2M Standards, previously known as the SUNY Center of Innovation, has launched i2M, the first standards-based technology approach to addressing the challenge of faked, forged and stolen art. Department of Homeland Security, the Presidents Cultural Property Advisory Committee, insurers as well as independent art attorneys and art history and forensic materials scientists will discuss the legal, forensic and geo-political trends for combating art crimes from fakes and forgeries to looted and stolen art.
Also announced were the first-adopters of the solution, which include industry-leading individual artists, artists estates and other institutions from the US, Europe, China and Cuba. Click here to join in the conversation on Twitter: #i2Mstandards May 15, 2015 - Save the Date for third annual Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Symposium at New York University NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that it will participate in a panel at the third annual Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Symposium at New York University on June 4 -6, 2015. February 26, 2015 - Save the Date: Pure Love of Art versus Mere Investment conference NEWS RELEASE - ARIS is pleased to announce that it will participate in a panel at the International Bar Association program on March 26 to 27 at Sothebys, London, England entitled Pure Love of Art versus Mere Investment.
Inmates say they, not the detention center staff, went to her aid in her final hours—they had to support Brown's head the way you "support an infant's," Bowler says, to feed her antacid.
Federal officials dispute the prisoners' versions, and contend that Brown, who was apparently the first inmate known to die unexpectedly at the 10-year-old detention center, had showed initial signs only of a minor gastrointestinal "bug."But all agree that the adventurous woman who skirted death in the Third World was killed in the First World by a perforated gastric ulcer known as peritonitis. District Court in Seattle against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged violation of Brown's civil rights.On a Tuesday evening last May, federal inmate Bianca Bowler watched as one-legged Roxanna Brown, wearing a shirt and towel and supporting herself with a plastic chair, inched along toward the women's shower room at the Federal Detention Center in Sea Tac.