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Salon Piece Confirms Primacy of State Law in Detroit Bankruptcy Dispute

Posted by Nicholas O'Donnell on August 23, 2013 at 1:08 AM

Professor Adam J. Levitin of Georgetown has an excellent piece in Salon this week that adds to what I like to call the sober group of discussions about the Detroit Institute of Art collection in the context of the City of Detroit Bankruptcy. From a learned perspective, Professor Levitin echoes some of the themes we’ve addressed here so far, namely:

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Topics: Adam J. Levitin, Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, Bankruptcy, Collections, Detroit Bankruptcy

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