...ATTORNEYS For Respondent-Appellant: Hamburger, Weinschenk & Fisher, New York, N.Y. (John C. Fisher of counsel), and...
A Brooklyn appellate court has ordered the estate of a Holocaust survivor to return an ancient gold tablet discovered in modern-day Iraq to the German museum that possessed the tablet until the end o
...Fritz Weinschenk, a partner at Hamburger Weinschenk & Fisher, died March 23 at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside...
An ancient gold tablet found in a 1913 dig in modern-day Iraq that mysteriously ended up in the possession of a Holocaust survivor will remain in his estate, rather than be returned to a German museu
A tablet unearthed in a 1913 dig in modern-day Iraq that mysteriously ended up in the possession of a Holocaust survivor will remain in his estate, Nassau Surrogate John B. Riordan has ruled, rather
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