Table of contents for Holocaust restitution : perspectives on the litigation and its aftermath / edited by Michael J. Bazyler and Roger P. Alford.

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Acknowledgments	x
Holocaust Restitution Timeline	xiii
Introduction	1
Michael J. Bazyler and Roger Alford
Part I: Overview	27
1	International Law and the Holocaust	28
The Hon. Judge Thomas Buergenthal
2	The State Department, Nazi Gold, and Search for Holocaust Assets	54
William Z. Slany
3 	Confronting History: Restitution and the Historians	78
Michael Berenbaum
4	Holocaust Litigation and Human Rights Jurisprudence	91
Robert A. Swift
5	A Tale of Two Cities: Administering Holocaust Settlements in Brooklyn and Berlin	111
Burt Neuborne
6	How Swiss Banks and German Companies Came to Terms With the Wrenching Legacies of the Holocaust and World War II: A Defense Perspective	148
Roger M. Witten
7	Why Won't These SOB's Give Me My Money?: A Survivor's Perspective	171
Si Frumkin
Part II: The Bank Litigation	188
8	A Litigator's Postscript to the Swiss Banks Settlement: Why Justice Was Done	189
Melvyn I. Weiss
9 	Rewriting the Holocaust History of the Swiss Banks: A Growing Scandal	212
The Hon. Judge Edward R. Korman
10 	The French Holocaust-Era Claims Process	253
Eric Freedman and Richard Weisberg
11	The French Bank Holocaust Settlement	272
Shimon Samuels
12 Holy Profit: Holocaust Restitution and the Vatican Bank	285
Lee Boyd
Part III: The Slave Labor Litigation	304
13	Where Morality Meets Money	305
Gideon Taylor
14	The Negotiations on Compensation for Nazi Forced Laborers	320
Count Otto Graf Lambsdorff
15	The Germany Economy Foundation Initiative "Remembrance, Responsibility and the Future": An Act of Solidarity for Victims of National Socialism	340
Lothar Ulsamer
16	Processing Claims For Slave and Forced Labour: Expediency Versus Accuracy?	356
Roland Bank
17	Corporate Profits and the Holocaust: A Dissent from the Monetary Argument	369
Peter Hayes
18	It's Not About the Money: A Survivor's Perspective of the German Foundation Initiative	384
Roman Kent
19	Germany's Reexamination of Its Past Through the Lens of the Holocaust Litigation	403
Deborah Sturman
20	Austria Confronts Her Past	424
Hannah Lessing and Fiorentina Azizzi
Part IV: The Insurance Litigation	444
21	Holocaust-era Insurance Claims: Legislative, Judicial and Executive Remedies	445
Lawrence Kill and Linda Gerstel
22	The Road to Compensation of Life Insurance Policies	468
Kai Hennig
23	CHEIC: Excellent Concept But Inept Implementation	485
Sidney Zabludoff
Part V: The Looted Art Litigation	501
24	The Holocaust Claims Processing Office: New York State's Approach to Resolving Holocaust-era Art Claims	502
Monica Dugot
25	Portrait of Wally: The United States Government Role in Recovering Holocaust-Looted Art	520
Howard N. Spiegler
26	Whose Art Is It Anyway?	535
E. Randol Schoenberg
Part VI: The Litigation's Legacy	546
27	The Unfinished Business of the Unfinished Business of World War II	547
Stuart E. Eizenstat
28	Poor Justice: Holocaust Restitution and Forgotten, Indigent Survivors	581
David A. Lash and Mitchell A. Kamin
29	The Holocaust Restitution Enterprise: An Israeli Perspective	594
Arie Zuckerman
30	Historical Reparation Claims: The Defense Perspective		612
Owen C. Pell
31 	The Legacy of Holocaust Class Action Suits: Have They Broken Ground for Other Cases of Historical Wrongs?	641
Morris Ratner and Caryn Becker
About the Contributors	664
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Holocaust survivors -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Reparations.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Claims.