Rose Art Museum lawsuit update

The case of the three Rose Art Museum overseers who sued Brandeis University to stop the Waltham school from selling off the museum’s collection continues to slowly, slowly wind its way through Suffolk Probate and Family Court in Boston. The latest (sort of) news is that the case has been pushed off to its next hearing on April 26, after a hearing on Dec. 13. The idea seems to be to wait until after Jan. 1 when Frederick M. Lawrence is scheduled to replace outgoing Brandeis President Jehuda Reinharz, who was at the center of the bad Rose decisions. The thinking seems to be that new leadership could maybe, maybe change the Rose picture.

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