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.
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
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
June 11, 2021 — New York State enacted a new law to ease the transition away from the US dollar London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR), a global interest rate benchmark index based on the average of the inter-bank offered rates for deposits of various currencies. As part of the phase-out, one-week and
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
DHC’s Legal and Government Relations Teams Completed Negotiating a Historic Five-Year $1.5 Billion Contract for Logan Bus
June 4, 2021 — DHC client, Logan Bus Company, unveiled its new electric fleet of school buses earlier this month at an event attended by Mayoral Hopeful and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Logan is the first bus company to introduce an electric vehicle in the U.S. and will commence using its electric
June 1, 2021 — DHC Partner Sean Crowley was named one of the Queens Power 100 for 2021 by City & State magazine. The list honored the borough’s top local leaders “who are bringing the borough back from the brink” following the Coronavirus pandemic.