August 11, 2020 – Larry Hutcher, Co-Managing Partner at DHC, spoke to The Real Deal about the possibility that the federal government could ban TikTok, the popular video sharing app, from operating within the United States. He noted that the social media company could argue for the termination of its Times Square lease based on “frustration of purpose” […]
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during these unprecedented times. A number of our clients and team members have been working extraordinarily hard during the COVID-19 pandemic. We would like to thank our clients for their efforts in helping New York during this pandemic. Please read through all of the great work that’s being done here. […]
Congratulations to DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff and Director of Strategic Planning Keith LT. Wright for being named to City & State magazine’s 2020 New York City Power 100 list! The list recognizes leading figures in government and politics for their enormous contributions to the Big Apple. ⟫ Read entire newsletter
DHC is excited to announce the launch of our newly re-designed website. Visit DHClegal.com to view our modern, user-friendly interface alongside DHC’s latest news, updates, attorneys and professionals. DHC welcomes Robert L. Rattet and Jonathan S. Pasternak as Partners and James B. Glucksman as Of Counsel to the Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor Rights practice group. These renowned bankruptcy practitioners have decades of experience representing clients involved […]
DHC welcomes Alexander Tiktin 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 aspects of restructuring, bankruptcy, and litigation leading up to […]
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] […]
DHC Partner Charles Capetanakis shared his thoughts with U.S. News and World Report and Yahoo Finance on why taxpayers must regularly check their tax withholding. Capetanakis advised it’s important to evaluate and adjust the amount of tax withheld to avoid paying too much or too little, especially if you have recently experienced a major life change, such as getting married or receiving a substantial […]
DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff received a proclamation from Governor Andrew Cuomo on July 30 commemorating his 80th Birthday. Governor Cuomo acknowledged Davidoff’s strong leadership and political acumen, and cited his many accomplishments and record of public service. Celebrating this momentous occasion with Davidoff were: (pictured, from left) DHC Partner Derek Wolman, DHC Partner Arthur Goldstein, DHC Senior Partner Howard Weiss, DHC Co-Managing Partner Jeffrey Citron, […]
DHC’s Senior Partner Howard Weiss published an op-ed in City & State magazine on how the firm’s land use practice advises clients to help maximize the value of their property in New York City. Weiss, who has decades of experience handling complex planning and zoning issues, explained that the process requires extensive knowledge of the relevant laws and regulations, as well as a familiarity with elected officials and agency leaders who have jurisdiction in the area.
DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff, who started his political career as a top aide to New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay, spoke to NY1 about the difficulties of running for President of the United States while leading the country’s largest city. Our mayors, Davidoff explained, are presented with new issues day after day, making the extended campaign tours required for a presidential campaign nearly impossible.