Caroline Keegan is a senior associate attorney in the Firm’s corporate practice and art law practice. As part of her role in the firm’s corporate practice, Ms. Keegan has broad experience including representing both buyers and sellers in transactions relating to the sale and ownership of a variety of assets including fine art, intellectual property and real estate. Ms. Keegan has substantial experience in business and non-profit entity formation, maintenance, conversion and dissolution and regularly prepares operating agreements and other related limited liability company, limited partnership, non-profit and corporate organizational documents. Ms. Keegan represents borrowers in complex financings secured by fine art and real estate.
Ms. Keegan has significant experience in art law, including counseling dealers and collectors of fine art and antiquities in matters of sales and use tax, insurance, lending and consigning. Ms. Keegan has negotiated purchase and sale agreements, guaranteed bids and consignment agreements with all of the primary auction houses. She has also drafted and negotiated settlement agreements in connection with title and the authenticity disputes and trademark and copyright infringement.
Ms. Keegan is a member of the Board of Directors of the New York non-profit Apropos Housing Opportunities & Management Enterprises, Inc. (A-HOME).
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.