McCollum Breaks Down the Senate Cannabis Decriminalization Bill July 29, 2022 – Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senators Cory Booker of New Jersey and Ron Wyden of Oregon introduced a bill on July 21st that would federally decriminalize, regulate, and impose taxes on cannabis products. Schumer shared that views on legalizing cannabis have changed dramatically and […]
Goldstein Named 50 Over 50 by City & State Magazine February 3, 2022 – What does it take to be named by City & State to their 50 Over 50 Awards 2022? Ask our Partner and colleague, Arthur Goldstein of our Government Relations practice.
February 17, 2021 – DHC Trusts & Estates Associate Maria Galante sat down with Grit Daily, a news website aimed at millennials to explain the complex legal issues surrounding conservatorships and answer questions brought up by the “Framing Britney” documentary about Britney Spears, and the #FreeBritney movement on social media.
February 5, 2021 – Jonathan Pasternak, a Partner in DHC’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditor’s Rights practice group, spoke to TechCrunch and The Commercial Observer about Knotel’s bankruptcy and subsequent sale to Newmark, noting that “the company was in an untenable position where they didn’t have the cash flow to sustain operations.”
January 26, 2021 – Jonathan McCollum, Chair of DHC’s Federal Government Relations group in the Washington, D.C. office, spoke to Forbes about what lobbying will look like during the Biden Administration and why it’s important for companies to engage in government relations for the next four years. McCollum said, “If you are willing to put in the time and energy to […]
Mack on How Restaurant Regulations Impact Businesses January 19, 2021 – DHC Commercial Litigation Partner William H. Mack spoke to The Real Deal about New York City’s ever-changing outdoor dining regulations and the effect they have on restaurant operators, noting that there is “a lot of consternation” in the industry. Mack also provided expert commentary to The Wall Street Journal on the types of […]
January 12, 2021 – William Walzer, Chair of DHC’s Commercial Banking & Finance practice, weighed in on some of the issues facing New York City’s real estate market. Walzer noted in the Northeast Real Estate Business, that small and mid-sized owners have an incentive to reach agreements with tenants regarding rent disparities in order to avoid lawsuits, […]
December 30, 2020 – New York Business Journal reported that Related Companies filed an emergency affirmation to collect $5.3 million in back rent from Hugo Boss and approximately $700,000 in monthly rent for the retailer’s store at The Shops at Columbus Circle, which has been shut down for six months due to state-mandated COVID relief measures. […]
December 15, 2020 – Jonathan Pasternak, a Partner in DHC’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditor’s Rights practice group, discussed the future of Tailored Brands, owner of Men’s Warehouse, Jos. A. Bank and other prominent retail brands, with Women’s Wear Daily, and the Commercial Observer about the spate of bankruptcies impacting the retail industry in 2020, and what it will mean going […]
DHC’s Mack Speaks to New York Times on NYC Commercial Real Estate December 11, 2020 – DHC’s Commercial Litigation Partner William H. Mack spoke to The New York Times about how the pandemic has created a crisis in New York City’s commercial real estate market. Mack, who represents Hugo Boss, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, […]