David Wander and Alexander Tiktin featured in Law360

November 25, 2019 – DHC Partner David Wander and Associate Alexander Tiktin of the Bankruptcy Financial Restructuring and Creditor Rights practice was featured in Law360 in connection with their representation of Counsel Financial in the chapter 11 restructuring of Liddle & Robinson.

Frank Perrone comments on Lori Loughlin’s Trial

November 20, 2019 – DHC’s Frank Perrone, a partner in the firm’s Litigation and Divorce and Family Law practice groups, spoke to Newsweek about actor Lori Loughlin’s trial in the Hollywood celebrity college admissions scandal. Based on his extensive experience with both criminal and civil trials, Perrone said potential jurors are unlikely to have much sympathy for the former […]

Sid Davidoff is featured on NY1 “Inside City Hall”

Sid Davidoff, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, new york lawyer, attorney

November 20, 2019 – DHC Senior Partner Sid Davidoff sat down with NY1 “Inside City Hall” to discuss the legacy of his friend and former colleague Jay Kriegel, with whom he worked in the administration of former New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay. Watch the full segment here.

Arthur Goldstein Honored by the Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club

November 17, 2019 – DHC Partner Arthur Goldstein was honored by the Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club of Canarsie, Brooklyn, at their 64th annual dinner dance at the El Caribe Country Club on November 17. Pictured are Goldstein with United States Senator Charles Schumer.

Announcement: Alexander Tiktin Joins Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation Practice

Alexander Tiktin

November 13, 2019 –  Alexander Tiktin has joined the firm as an Associate in the Distressed Debt, Bankruptcy Law and Commercial Litigation practice groups, where he represents companies in financial distress, individuals seeking debt relief and asset protection, secured and unsecured creditors, landlords, investors and distressed debt purchasers, creditor committees, plaintiffs and defendants in all […]

Mark Spund comments on Firing of McDonald’s CEO

November 5, 2019 – Mark Spund, Chair of DHC’s Employment Law practice, shared his expertise with Reuters  and The New York Times after the firing of McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook for having a personal relationship with an employee.