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Howard Spiegler '66 was featured in The Penn Gazette in January for his ties to a $19 million painting, simply known as "Portrait of Wally". An attorney that specializes in the field of art an antiquities law, Spiegler was presented with the case of a piece of art looted during the Holocaust that ultimately made its way on loan to the Museum of Modern Art. Spiegler took lead on the case "United States of America v. Portrait of Wally to get the piece back to the family of the rightful owner.

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