The Ciric Law Firm, PLLC values discretion; when appropriate, media appearances advance client interests.
Select publications are archived below.
PIERRE CIRIC | THE CIRIC LAW FIRM LLP | 2013 PUBLICATIONS
PIERRE CIRIC | THE CIRIC LAW FIRM LLP | 2014 PUBLICATIONS
“Elections des Francais de l’etranger, des failles dans le scrutin selon Pierre Ciric”
After the first [French] legislative election in North America, Pierre Ciric asked the Constitutional Council to annul the election results (video)
"L’Art Spolie Aux Etats-Unis”
In 1998, U.S. museums signed the 'Washington Principles.' Yet historians and experts now agree that museums benefit from the legal complexity of the country to dismiss potential claimants.
"Attorney details plundered artwork's journey to University of Oklahoma"
Pierre Ciric presented members of the Oklahoma House Committee on Government Modernization with an account of Leone Meyer’s claim to the painting and how it was plundered by Nazi forces from a bank in southern France during the German occupation during World War II (Associated Press)
Pierre Ciric, Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Are Public Accounting Firms Subject to Diverging Standards of Conduct between Federal Courts and the PCAOB in Securities Fraud Claims?, 9 J. Bus. & Tech. L. 229 (2014)
"Family travels to Oklahoma to view Nazi-looted art on display at OU"
Pierre Ciric, How I Convinced the French Supreme Court to Cancel the First French Legislative Elections in the United States, 10 S.C. Int’l L. & Bus. 272 (2014).
Pierre Ciric, Why Ronald Lauder is Right About Nazi-Looted Art in Museums, artnet News, Jul. 16, 2014
PIERRE CIRIC | THE CIRIC LAW FIRM LLP | 2015 PUBLICATIONS
Pierre Ciric & Thomas Vandenabeele, French Big Brother: Wiretapping Raises Privilege Concerns, New York Law Journal, June 16, 2015
PIERRE CIRIC | THE CIRIC LAW FIRM LLP | CLE PROGRAMS
The French heirship system and its shortcomings in international estate planning, November 12, 2015, New York Law School Tax Graduate Program & French American Bar Association, University School of Professional Studies, Conference, Exporting New York Estate Planning to the European Union: The French Case, Pierre Ciric ’09, 1.5 CLE Credits.
The Explosion in European Surveillance Programs: the French Example, September 14, 2016, American Foreign Law Association, Recent Legal Developments in Europe and the US: Criminal and Administrative Surveillance and Their Impact on Attorney-client Privilege, Pierre Ciric ’09, 1.0 CLE Credits.
Due Diligence In Cultural Heritage Litigation: Is There a Minimum Legal Threshold? October 11, 2013, The Leo Baeck Institute, 4 CLE Credits.
Latest Developments in The Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in the United States, October 16, 2014, The Center for International Law at New York Law School and the French-American Bar Association, Seminar, How to Launch and Grow an International Law Practice, 4 CLE Credits.
US tribal art Claims versus the French Auction Houses & French Courts: the Hopi Case, June 5, 2015, New York University School of Professional Studies, Conference, Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries, and Looted and Stolen Art, 2.5 CLE Credits.