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FOR APPELLANTS:RICHARD A. ALTMAN, Law Office of Richard1A. Altman, New York, NY.23FOR APPELLEE:JOSEPH A. PATELLA, Andrews Kurth LLP, New4York, NY (Thomas R. Kline & L. Eden5Burgess, Andrews Kurth LLP, Washington,6DC,
on the brief
).78Appeal from the United States District Court for the9Southern District of New York (Koeltl,
UPON DUE CONSIDERATION, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED
that the judgment of the district court be13
in part and
REVERSED and REMANDED
in part.14Appellants appeal from a judgment of the United States15District Court for the Southern District of New York16(Koeltl,
), which dismissed all claims as time-barred. We17assume the parties’ familiarity with the underlying facts,18the procedural history, and the issues presented for review.19Appellant Jeanne Marchig, a citizen of Sweden and20resident of Switzerland, consigned a framed drawing to21Christie’s, a New York auction house, in 1997.
She22informed Christie’s at the time of consignment of her belief23that the drawing was by a fifteenth-century Italian artist24
The following facts are drawn from allegations inMarchig’s complaint, which we accept as true at the motion-to-dismiss stage.
Matson v. Bd. of Educ.
, 631 F.3d57, 63 (2d Cir. 2011).2