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Nicholas O’Donnell of Sullivan & Worcester is representing Russian-born, New York-based art dealer Alexander Khochinsky, who was detained at a Paris airport after Poland made an Interpol request for his extradition, according to artnet News. Khochinsky, an American citizen, has been in a legal battle with Poland over his ownership of an Antoine Pesne painting that Poland labeled as stolen by Nazis during World War II. O’Donnell claims the detention was an act of retaliation for a suit Khochinsky filed regarding the painting.

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