Caroline Keegan

Caroline Keegan is an associate in the Firm’s corporate department.  Ms. Keegan has broad transactional corporate and real estate experience including the acquisition and disposition of a variety of business assets through asset and equity purchase transactions, and business and non-profit entity formation, maintenance, conversion and dissolution. Ms. Keegan regularly prepares for clients operating agreements and other related limited liability company, limited partnership, non-profit and corporate organizational documents. Ms. Keegan has represented art professionals in connection with lending, consigning, exhibiting, and sales of art.

Prior to joining Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP, Ms. Keegan’s work experience includes the Brooklyn Museum, the Calder Foundation, and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.

Education

  • Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
  • The Art & Law Program, Fellowship
  • Florida State University, B.A., History and Criticism of Art, magna cum laude

Admissions

  • New York

Memberships

  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
    • Entertainment Art and Sports Law Section
  • New York City Bar Association
    • Art Law Committee New York City Bar Association
      • Member of subcommittees in which Ms. Keegan assisted in developing Senate Bill S1974 relating to the authenticity, attribution and authorship of fine works of art.

Publications

  • A Guide to Clearing Rights for the Performing Artist (The Actors Fund, Research Center for Arts and Culture, Spring 2019)
  • A Case for Law as an Artistic Medium (New York State Bar Association's Entertainment, Art, and Sports Law Journal, Vol. 29, Spring 2018)
  • Numerous article contributions to Art Law news site, CLANCCO.com