|Case studies from the Encyclopedia of Trafficking Culture, a leading research programme based at the University of Glasgow. Trafficking Culture is a member of the International Observatory on Illicit Traffic in Cultural Goods' Editorial Committee.
|ArThemis is a fully searchable online database containing case notes about disputes over cultural property, developed by the Art-Law Centre. It focuses on disputes settled through alternative dispute resolution methods but also examines judicial decisions.
|Legal case studies, both litigated and, notably, hard-to-find, out-of-court settlements, developed by the International Foundation for Art Research, an american not-for-profit educational and research organisation dedicated to integrity in the visual arts.
|The Registry of Resolution of Claims for Nazi-Era Cultural Assets provides information on the resolution of formal claims made to AAMD member museums regarding works of art believed to have been stolen by the Nazis between 1933-1945.