Michael Quinn is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP where he heads the firm’s Arts & Culture Practice Group that specializes in working within all creative disciplines.
Michael advises Arts & Culture clients on legal, business and private matters including:
- artist-gallery relations;
- commercial licensing and usage rights for art works and artists;
- acquisitions and divestiture of art objects;
- estate planning and administration of trusts, estates and family collections;
- business management;
- intellectual property disputes; and
- public relations and advocacy management.
Michael is a founding board member of P.A.I.N.(sacklerpain.org) and he serves on the board of SculptureCenter (sculpture-center.org). He has commented and contributed his expertise in various publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Variety, and The Guardian. Michael is a graduate of Cornell University and the Albany Law School.
Arts & Culture Practice
Eisenberg & Baum serves the multifaceted needs of Arts & Culture clients ranging from drafting complex contracts and advisory to overseeing production and execution of artist projects.
What We Do
Trust & Estate Planning
We regularly advise clients on all aspects of legal and tax issues related to estate planning, and in postmortem administration.
Transactional & Advisory
We approach transactional work holistically, recognizing that every issue and negotiation is unique but interconnected.
We proficiently defend the rights of artists and cultural organizations.