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.
May 28, 2021 —National Law Review and Business Insider spotlighted DHC as one of the top law firms in the cannabis sector, led by DHC Chair Steve Malito. “Davidoff Hutcher & Citron is uniquely qualified to advise our clients in the cannabis space as they navigate the complexities of these regulations,” Malito explained. DHC’s Cannabis
May 26, 2021 – DHC recently announced the formation of a Cannabis Practice Group, which will help clients navigate the regulations around newly legalized adult recreational marijuana in New York State. Led by practice chair Steve Malito, the group will work with cannabis retailers, growers, distributors, processors, and investors to guide them
May 24, 2021 — DHC’s Government Relations Practice was featured in City & State’s latest Top 50 NYC Lobbyists list, spotlighting the leading lobbyists making an impact in New York City in 2021. The list highlighted some of the firm’s top accomplishments over the past year, including ensuring the safe
May 19, 2021 — E-Home Household Service Holdings Limited, a household services company based in China, closed its initial public offering (IPO) of $25 million. DHC’s Corporate Law Practice Chair Elliot H. Lutzker represented Joseph Stone Capital LLC as underwriter’s counsel in connection with the IPO. The announcement of the IPO was featured
May 14, 2021 — DHC’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Creditor’s Rights Practice Group Co-Chair David Wander spoke to Law360 about the latest developments in Sears’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. “The amount of fees the professionals have already received is killing this case, and they want to take more money from the administrative creditor, who they
DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff Column on Mayoral Debate Published in New York Post Editorial-Opinion Page
May 14, 2021 — DHC’s Founding Partner Sid Davidoff published a column in the New York Post on the first televised New York City mayoral debate. Davidoff, a former aide to Mayor John V. Lindsay, provided his review of last night’s mayoral debate and the performance by various candidates, weighing in on who stood