DHC’s attorneys and government relations personnel have a wide range of expertise that is being recognized and showcased in business and legal news stories, publications, and other media.
DHC’s Co-Managing Partner Jeffrey Citron Joins Sid Davidoff and Keith Wright as 2021 Honorees in City & State Magazine
March 16, 2021 — DHC’s Co-Managing Partner Jeffrey Citron was among the leaders in New York politics and government on City & State magazine’s “2021 Law Power 100” list. Citron represents clients across multiple areas of the law, including commercial banking and finance law, corporate law, government relations, and real estate. He
March 15, 2021 — Maria Galante also spoke to British style magazine Dazed about Britney Spears and how the type of conservatorship she is in might work for regular people.
March 8, 2021 — Over the weekend, the U.S. Senate passed the American Rescue Package, which includes $28.6 billion dedicated for restaurant relief to save restaurants, bars, and jobs. The Restaurant Relief Fund was enacted last month by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and the New York City Hospitality Alliance.
March 5, 2021 — Morghan Richardson, a Partner in DHC’s Divorce and Family Law practice, moderated a CLE with the New York State Bar Association on the newly enacted Child-Parent Security Act, which went into effect on Feb. 15, 2021. The program discussed the Child-Parent Security Act with a lens
New York City Department of Buildings Announces Restrictions on New Work Permits For Multiple Dwellings With A Large Number of Violations
March 4, 2021 — DHC’s Land Use and Buildings practice group has cautioned the firm’s clients that beginning March 4, 2021, the New York City Department of Buildings imposed new restrictions on obtaining permits for buildings with high ratios of hazardous violations issued by DOB and HPD. The Department of
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