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Carmichael Gallery Was Sued For Forging Sale of Art Then Settlement Talks & Paper Trail Ends

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon

SDNY COURTHOUSE, 4 Nov 21, updated –  Carmichael Gallery in Los Angeles sold a painting and a sculpture for  International Systems Groups - but allegedly forged the signature of a purported buyer. A lawsuit ensued.      

       On November 4 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul G. Gardephe held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  In the docket is a an affidavit about how the plaintiffs sought to track down Seth Carmichael using LexisNexis and TLOxp of Transunion.

In January 2023 Seth Carmichael wrote to Inner City Press requesting that the story be updated. We will: the case was referred to SDNY Magistrate Judge Stuart D. Aaron for a settlement conference. That was set for December 9, 2021. The parties exchanged settlement offers. By January 19, 2022, there was a memorandum of understanding; in February they wrote in again requesting more time to "consummate," and again on March 30, 2021. That was approved on April 4, 2021 - and there the paper trial ends. It is said the matter was settled out of court, and so it appears.

The case is  International Systems Group, Inc. v. Carmichael et al., 21-cv-6301 (Gardephe)


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