DHC’s Senior Partner Shares Presidential Campaign Expertise with The New York Times

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DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff, who started his career in public service as a top aide to former New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay, spoke with the New York Times about former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s decision to enter the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Davidoff, who did advance work for Lindsay’s 1972 presidential bid, said Bloomberg’s odds seem higher than previous […]

Announcement: Eugene Pilman Joins Land Use Practice

Eugene Pilman, Administrative Law, Government Relations, Land Use, Attorney, DHC, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, NYC, New York City

October 23, 2019 – Eugene Pilman joins DHC as an Associate in the Land Use practice. Pilman represents clients in all aspects of land use applications from inception to development before the City Planning Commission, Board of Standards and Appeals, Department of Buildings, and various other city agencies. Pilman can be reached at 646-428-3215 or [email protected]

DHC Attorneys Named to 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

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October 20, 2019 – DHC proudly announces that Co-Managing Partner Larry Hutcher as well as Partners Howard Weiss, Elliot Lutzker and Michael Wexelbaum were named to New York Metro Super Lawyers for 2019. The firm would also like to congratulate Associates Steven Sedereas and Maria Galante for being named to New York Metro Rising Stars for 2019. 

Frank Perrone Explains College Admissions Scam Penalties

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October 18, 2019 – DHC Divorce and Family Law Partner Frank Perrone spoke to Newsweek about the sentencing of Majorie Klapper in the college admissions scandal. Perrone pointed out that Klapper likely received a harsher sentence than actor Felicity Huffman, another defendant, because Klapper provided false information on college applications, in addition to falsifying her son’s standardized test scores.

Jennifer Abelaj comments on Corporate Responsibility to Report Fraud

Jennifer Abelaj, Trusts & Estates Law, Attorney, DHC, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, NYC, New York City

October 9, 2019 – Financial Management, a trade publication for corporate and financial executives, turned to DHC’s Trusts and Estates Senior Counsel Jennifer Abelaj for her expertise on the ethical duty to report fraud. Abelaj, a certified public accountant whose work in the Trusts and Estates practice group often focuses on fiduciary responsibilities, explained that accountants and financial […]

David Wander comments on Sears Bankruptcy

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October 7, 2019 – DHC Partner and Chair of the Bankruptcy, Financial Restructuring and Creditor Rights practice David Wander was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post about the Sears bankruptcy case and the huge fees being paid to the lawyers and financial advisors for Sears and the Unsecured Creditors Committee, who so far have received $130 million. Wander […]

DHC Founder Celebrates Al Sharpton’s Birthday

Al Sharpton Birthday with Sid Davidoff

October 5, 2019 – DHC’s Senior Partner Sid Davidoff joined former Mayor David Dinkins and Mayor de Blasio at a celebration of the Reverend Al Sharpton’s 65th birthday during a gala at the New York Public Library.  

DHC Newsletter – October 2019

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We are pleased to welcome Eugene Pilman as an Associate in DHC’s Land Use practice. Pilman represents clients in all aspects of land use applications from inception to development before the City Planning Commission, Board of Standards and Appeals, Department of Buildings, and various other city agencies. Pilman can be reached at 646-428-3215 or [email protected] […]