A Picasso, a Henry Moore, and a series of legal scenes by the French turn-of-the-century artist Jean-Louis Forain, are among works owned by the late Lord Goodman which are coming up for auction soon. Lord Goodman's collection of 60 paintings, prints and drawings goes under the hammer at Bonhams auctioneers on 26 June. The leading lawyer and high profile political adviser began his collection while he was still at university and continued to acquire works of art throughout his life. Among the most valuable paintings in the collection is Picasso's wash drawing Le Mendiant, valued at up to £40,000.
Jonathan Ross is a consultant at Denton Hall. Pursuant to Order 26 Rule 1 of the Rules of the Supreme Court, a party may serve interrogatories relating to any matter provided they are necessary either for disposing fairly of the cause or matter or for saving costs. Prior to 1990, interrogatories could only be administered […]