Please join the Secretary General of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) and Board member of the newly formed Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA), Camilla Perera-de Wit, together with CAfA co-founder and Board member Bill Charron (who is an art lawyer and partner at Pryor Cashman in New York City), as they discuss the CAfA’s purposes and operations. The CAfA is administered in The Hague, The Netherlands, through NAI. Art disputes present a variety of unique substantive and procedural legal issues that often confound courts. The result can be very time-consuming and costly court processes, which ultimately produce decisions that the market treats with skepticism or doubt. The CAfA was formed to improve issues of decisional accuracy and market acceptance in this particular area of law. Camilla and Bill will discuss the tailoring of the CAfA’s rules and structure to promote these purposes.