Leslie Barbara Discusses J-Lo’s Business Divorce

March 21, 2021 — Leslie Barbara, Chair of DHC’s Divorce and Family Law practice, spoke with Yahoo Finance about the rumored split between Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez and the effect it could have on their business interests and finances. As she explained, “Even though the parties are not legally married, it’s still nonetheless a divorce […]

DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff Debates Ranked Choice Voting on 770 WABC Radio

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March 19, 2021 — Sid Davidoff, DHC’s Founding Partner and Government Relations Practice Chair, squared off with Sean Dugar, Education Campaign Program Director of Rank the Vote NYC, in a significant long-form radio debate on the merits of Ranked Choice Voting. While advocates for Ranked Choice Voting spotlight its success in places such as Maine and Alaska, […]

How Ranked Choice Voting Played Out in the Rockaways

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March 4, 2021 — DHC’s Partner Sean Crowley spoke to Rockaway Wave about Ranked Choice Voting and how the City’s new voting initiative was playing out in its first real test case, the Council District 31 special election. Noting the lack of public education ahead of the vote, Crowley said that, “going into a mayoral race…we need to make […]

Maria Galante Comments on Conservatorships and the Netflix movie “I Care A Lot”

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March 1, 2021 — DHC’s Trusts & Estates Associate Maria Galante spoke with Approach Financial about the popular Netflix movie “I Care A Lot.” Galante was able to separate the truth from fiction with regard to how court-appointed guardianships actually work and offered advice for how to get one’s finances in order ahead of any potential issues. The interview […]

Adam Citron Comments on What Trump’s Tax Records Could Tell New York prosecutors

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February 23, 2021 – DHC Partner Adam Citron spoke to the Associated Press about what New York prosecutors might be looking for when the former President’s tax returns are turned over following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, in an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun and many others. Citron, a former prosecutor, cited a variety of items that […]

Maria Galante Comments on #FreeBritney and the Legality of Conservatorships

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February 17, 2021 – DHC Trusts & Estates Associate Maria Galante sat down with Grit Daily, a news website aimed at millennials to explain the complex legal issues surrounding conservatorships and answer questions brought up by the “Framing Britney” documentary about Britney Spears, and the #FreeBritney movement on social media.

Morghan Richardson Comments on Financial Infidelity and Surviving Divorce

February 9, 2021 – DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner Morghan Richardson spoke to CreditCards.com about their latest financial infidelity poll, noting that millennials who grew up watching their parents’ divorce are more likely to have separate accounts and enter in prenuptial agreements, “protecting themselves from the mistakes they’ve seen their parents and grandparents make.” Ms. Richardson was also […]