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A Billionaire Collector Is Suing Hirschl and Adler Galleries for Allegedly Pocketing More Than Its Fair Share of Profits From the Sale of a $12…

A prominent philanthropist and art collector is suing a New York gallery for allegedly misrepresenting the value of a centuries-old painting to earn itself a higher commission at his expense. According to a complaint filed in New York County Supreme Court last week, retired billionaire hedge-fund manager Michael … Read entire story.

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