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DHC Newsletter – September 2020

September 29, 2020 – William Mack, a partner in DHC’s Commercial Litigation practice group, was featured in a PIX 11 news segment, where he discussed his work on behalf of many New York City businesses struggling with their commercial rent in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mack, who represents numerous businesses, has been successful


Derek Wolman Comments on Indoor Dining in New York City

September 18, 2020 – Derek Wolman, Chair of DHC’s Restaurant and Hospitality practice group, shared his perspective with Vogue magazine on the return of indoor dining in New York City, after dining rooms in city restaurants were closed for more than six months during the COVID-19 pandemic. Wolman, who represents more than

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DHC DC Update

September 15, 2020 – New effort in the stimulus negotiations from the Problem Solvers Caucus On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers put forward their own plan to deliver badly needed coronavirus relief amid a bitter stalemate between their party leaders. Founded in 2017, the Problem Solvers Caucus is


Adam Citron Explains How Couples Can Avoid Money Problems

September 13, 2020 – DHC’s Divorce and Family Law Partner Adam Citron spoke to The Wall Street Journal about the complications married couples face when one spouse receives an inheritance. Citron advised that couples who decide to use part of an inheritance to make a big purchase should write a check directly from an account


David Wander Comments on Century 21 Retail Chain

September 11, 2020 – DHC’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditor’s Rights Co-Chair David Wander spoke to the Wall Street Journal regarding New York-based department store chain Century 21 and the lawsuit the retail chain filed in state court concerning claims against its insurance carrier for refusing to acknowledge its business interruption claims. Wander pointed out


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