February 28, 2019 – The legendary football coach Bear Bryant once said a tie is like kissing your sister. Winning a judgment that you will never be able to collect on is even worse. One of the most powerful tools available to litigants to ensure the satisfaction of an eventual judgment is a pre-judgment order […]
February 26, 2019 – DHC’s Chair of the Corporate Law Practice Elliot H. Lutzker, told Fox Business and Business Insider that Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s use of Twitter to share information about his company could result in a substantial fine from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for contempt of an agreement the embattled CEO […]
February 25, 2019 – The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce honored Sid Davidoff at its annual Taste of Brooklyn Winter Gala. The evening included dinner, dancing, and a taste of the Brooklyn neighborhoods. Pictured from left to right are DHC Partner Arthur Goldstein, Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, DHC Founding Partner Sid Davidoff, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President Hector […]
February 13, 2019 – DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Practice Partner, Morghan Richardson spoke to the Huffington Post about what she thinks of the concept of “soulmates”. Read more here: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/divorce-lawyers-soulmates_l_5c631b8ae4b0b50014aa94af?mqe
February 7, 2019 – DHC’s Chair of the Bankruptcy Law Practice David Wander, spoke with the New York Times about Sears Holding Co. Eddie Lampert’s responsibility to protect the jobs of tens of thousands of employees that he promised to retain in his bid to buy the remaining Sears stores. Wander, who represents four companies […]
DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff spoke with CNN, the New York Business Journal, and Metro US about Amazon withdrawing its planned HQ2 from Queens. Drawing on more than five decades of experience in government relations and regulatory affairs, Davidoff explained that the proposal could have succeeded if stakeholders had simply entered into good faith negotiations. The project, he said, would have created enormous opportunities for working class families in the city, particularly students attending community college nearby.