Sunday, July 12, 2020

Jancou Files Lawsuit Against Sotheby’s and Cady Noland

Marc Jancou Fine Art has sued Sotheby’s and Cady Noland for breach of contract and tortious interference with a contract. Jancou alleges that in or around November 2011, Noland tortiously interfered with the consignment agreement between Jancou and Sotheby’s by persuading Sotheby’s to refuse to put her artwork up for auction. Jancou alleges that Sotheby’s acted in response to Noland by withdrawing the work from auction.

The lawsuit was filed with the NY Supreme Court. You can access the complaint here.


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