February 5, 2020 – DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner Morghan Richardson spoke to Creditcards.com about a new poll indicating that financial infidelity has increased in recent years, with some newlyweds even setting aside secret funds in case of a divorce. Couples should discuss their finances before entering marriage, Richardson said, to prevent problems from developing
February 2, 2020 – Senior Partner Sid Davidoff, Chair of DHC’s Administrative Law and Government Relations practice groups, joined a panel of distinguished City College of New York (CCNY) alumni to discuss the college’s continuing legacy as an “engine of transformation” that has supported generations of students from working class
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
January 28, 2020 – David Wander, Partner of DHC’s Bankruptcy, Financial Restructuring and Creditor Rights practice group, spoke with the New York Post about Fairway Market’s bankruptcy and the stalking horse purchase offer made by the New Jersey-based Village Supermarket. Wander explained, “there’s no guarantee that Village will be the successful bidder” even
January 28, 2020 – DHC Partner Frank Perrone, a former prosecutor who now focuses his practice on commercial litigation and family law, told the Associated Press that the decision to allow women who allege that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted them as supporting witnesses could form the basis for an appeal by the film
January 27, 2020 – DHC Partner Alex who specializes in matters involving the New York State Liquor Authority and the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, spoke with Albany Business Review about proposed changes to New York State’s alcohol laws. The proposed law will allow more movie theaters to qualify for a liquor license.