June 21, 2021 — DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner, Adam Citron, was the lead expert in a featured story by the Associated Press about the issue of pet custody, in light of a new law in New York State giving judges leeway to consider the best interests of pets, just as they might for children. Citron offered […]
June 13, 2021 — DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner Morghan Richardson offered divorce advice for fathers in Parentology, advising that they work closely with their ex-spouse to ease the transition for their children. Richardson noted, “Creating a unified front will let them know that even when you are apart, they can expect unified parenting from you”.
June 9, 2021 — DHC’s Senior Partner and Chair of the firm’s Land Use practice, Howard Weiss, spoke to Women’s Wear Daily and Bloomberg about the grand proposal from Macy’s to rezone Herald Square. The iconic flagship store is adding an office tower and making vital neighborhood improvements aimed at transforming the entire area. Weiss noted, “This opportunity to realize […]
May 19, 2021 — E-Home Household Service Holdings Limited, a household services company based in China, closed its initial public offering (IPO) of $25 million. DHC’s Corporate Law Practice Chair Elliot H. Lutzker represented Joseph Stone Capital LLC as underwriter’s counsel in connection with the IPO. The announcement of the IPO was featured in PR Newswire. Lutzker also represented […]
May 14, 2021 — DHC’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor’s Rights Practice Group Co-Chair David Wander spoke to Law360 about the latest developments in Sears’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. “The amount of fees the professionals have already received is killing this case, and they want to take more money from the administrative creditor, who they haven’t paid, so the professionals […]
DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff Column on Mayoral Debate Published in New York Post Editorial-Opinion Page
May 14, 2021 — DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff published a column in the New York Post on the first televised New York City mayoral debate. Davidoff, a former aide to Mayor John V. Lindsay, provided his review of last night’s mayoral debate and the performance by various candidates, weighing in on who stood out and who stumbled as […]
May 3, 2021 — DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Practice Chair, Leslie Barbara, spoke to USA Today about the surprise divorce announcement from Bill and Melinda Gates after almost three decades of marriage. Looking at the couple’s complex financial and business entanglements, and their acclaimed charitable foundation, Barbara said, “Don’t get me wrong, this will be complicated. […]
May 2, 2021 — DHC’s Director of Strategic Planning, Keith Wright spoke to the Wall Street Journal about the preliminary U.S. Census results that saw New York’s Congressional delegation decrease by one seat. “For New York to lose a congressional seat by 89 [people] just tells you how important it really is,” said Wright, adding that the redistricting process […]
April 27, 2021 — DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner Morghan Richardson authored a chapter in Family Conflict During a Pandemic: Stories of Struggle and Hope. Richardson is among 90 mediators offering advice during the pandemic. Her chapter explains how mediation can provide a solution to heightened stress and emotional turmoil. Read the chapter, here.
April 8, 2021 — DHC’s Immigration Of Counsel Joseph Asir shared his expertise in H-1B visas with Newsmax. Looking at the Biden Administration’s decision to lift the existing moratorium on H-1B visas, Asir said that many companies were “holding on” to see if Biden would reverse the ban or let it lapse, and he doesn’t expect the unemployment […]