Dr. Marc Weber is a specialist in art law. He was a sub-member of the Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland – Second World War (Bergier Commission) and collaborated on an expert opinion on looted art (1999). Marc Weber gained international prominence with the legal dispute concerning the restitution of the Beethoven Frieze in Vienna (2013) and the international legal assistance in criminal matters concerning a painting allegedly attributed to Leonardo da Vinci (2019). As an expert in art law, he advises private collectors, auction houses, museums, foundations, banks and insurance companies.
In addition, Marc Weber is predominantly active in corporate and contract law as well as inheritance law and advises private clients on all aspects of family and inheritance law, with particular expertise in international estate planning and dispute resolution.
Marc Weber is the author of numerous publications in the fields of art, inheritance and civil procedure law and regularly lectures in Germany and abroad. He teaches International Art Law at the Universities of Zurich (Executive Master in Art Market Studies) and Vienna (Art Law) and at the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki (MA in Art Law and Arts Management).
|since 2015||Lecturer at the University of Vienna (Certificate in Art Law)|
|since 2013||Lecturer at the International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki (Master in Art, Law and Economy)|
|since 2011||Lecturer at the University of Zurich (Executive Master in Art Market Studies)|
|since 2011||Partner at LANTER|
|2010||Associate at LANTER|
|2010||Dip ITM, Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP)|
|2005||Associate at different law firms in Zurich|
|2005||University of California at Berkeley (LL.M.)|
|2003||Bar exam of the Canton of Zurich|
|2001||University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)|
|1996||University of Zurich (lic. iur.)|
Field of Activity
Corporate and Commercial Law
Law of Succession
Civil Procedure Law
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