Forensic Art Expert Sues ‘New Yorker’ Author
Wants $2 million for defamation over David Grann piece
BY DYLAN BYERS
JUNE 30, 2011
Forensic art expert Peter Paul Biro
brought a $2 million defamation suit Wednesday against The New Yorker
staff writer David Grann
and Advance Magazine Publishers (owners of Condé Nast, which publishes The New Yorker
), claiming that Biro’s reputation and career had been damaged by Grann’s article about him
in a July 2010 issue of the magazine.
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