The Klimt Painting, the Nazis and a Hollywood Courtroom Drama

Lawyer Randol Schoenberg helped Maria Altmann win back a legendary Klimt painting that the Nazis stole from her Austrian family during World War II. He talks about seeing his efforts brought to life in new film ‘Woman in Gold.’

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NEW YORK – When Adele Bloch-Bauer finally immigrated to the United States, she had already been dead for more than 80 years. Since 2006, the famed Gustav Klimt portrait of Bloch-Bauer, who died in 1925, has...