CLIENT FOCUS: 7120 New Utrecht Rezoning Approved

CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: 7120 New Utrecht LLC Rezoning Approved August 3, 2023 – Congratulations to Howard Weiss and Eli Gewirtz of the Land Use & Zoning Law practice for their efforts on behalf of our client, 7120 New Utrecht LLC, whose rezoning application at 7120 New Utrecht Avenue in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn was adopted today by the NYC Council. Located […]

CLIENT FOCUS: NYC Council Backs Paperific Rezoning

CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: Paperific Rezoning Adopted by NYC Council June 6, 2023 – Congratulations to Land Use & Zoning Law practice Chair and Partner, Howard Weiss and his colleague, attorney Eli Gewirtz, AICP on the adoption of the Paperific Rezoning by the NYC Council. The rezoning will facilitate a five-story, 103,500 sq. ft. commercial building featuring […]

14 Davidoff Hutcher & Citron Lawyers Named 2022 Super Lawyers

14 DHC Attorneys Named to NY Super Lawyers in 2022 December 2, 2022 – Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP announced that 14 of its attorneys from seven practice areas were named New York Super Lawyers for 2022. The attorneys include from left to right (bottom row): Matthew Yogg, Michael Wexelbaum, Judy Ackerman, Larry Hutcher, Howard […]

12 Davidoff Hutcher & Citron Attorneys Named 2021 Super Lawyers

12 DHC Attorneys Honored as 2021 Super Lawyers

12 DHC Attorneys Honored as 2021 Super Lawyers October 1, 2021 — David Hutcher & Citron is proud to announce that 12 of our attorneys were selected for the 2021 New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine, which recognizes New York’s top legal professionals. Co-managing Partner and Commercial Litigation practice chair Larry Hutcher was recognized for […]

Howard Weiss Comments on Macy’s Herald Square Rezoning

Howard Weiss Comments on Macy’s Herald Square Rezoning 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 […]

Weiss on DOB Restrictions on New Work Permits & Violations

DHC Land Use Attorney Howard Weiss on DOB Restrictions

Weiss on NYC DOB Restrictions on New Work Permits & Violations March 4, 2021 — Howard S. Weiss, Chair of the Land Use and Zoning Law 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 […]

9 DHC Attorneys Honored as 2020 NY Metro Super Lawyers

9 DHC Attorneys Honored as 2020 NY Metro Super Lawyers

9 DHC Attorneys Honored as 2020 NY Metro Super Lawyers October 30, 2020 – DHC is proud to announce that nine of our attorneys have been rated among New York’s top legal professionals in the 2020 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine. Larry Hutcher, the firm’s Co-Managing Partner marks his sixth straight year on the list. […]

Howard Weiss Named to City & State’s Real Estate Power 100

Howard Weiss Named to City & State’s Real Estate Power 100

Howard Weiss Named to City & State’s Real Estate Power 100 March 29, 2020 – We are proud to announce that our Senior Partner Howard Weiss, who leads DHC’s Land Use practice group, was named to City & State’s 2020 Real Estate Power 100 list.Starting his career as a key advisor to Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton and New York […]

DHC Attorneys Named to 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

DHC Attorneys Named 2019 Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

DHC Attorneys Named to 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars October 20, 2019 – DHC proudly announces that Co-Managing Partner Larry Hutcher as well as Partners Howard Weiss, Elliot Lutzker and Michael Wexelbaum were named to New York Metro Super Lawyers for 2019. 

CLIENT ALERT: Victor on SLA’s Delayed Processing Times

DHC's Alex Victor on SLA’s Delayed Processing Times

CLIENT ALERT: Alex Victor on SLA’s Delayed Processing Times July 22, 2019 – Last week, in response to an increasing number of inquiries into why the New York State Liquor Authority (the “SLA”) has been taking much longer than usual to process and act on liquor license applications, the Chairman of the SLA explained that […]