Glaser Weil Litigation Partner Michael Cypers will speak on a panel titled “Top 10 Negotiating Points for Tax Equity Documents” at the American Bar Association’s 32nd Annual Conference: Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development, which will take place in Washington, D.C., May 24 - 26.
Glaser Weil Construction Litigation Partner Peter Sheridan will present at the 2023 East Coast Construction Law Symposium hosted by the Construction Lawyers Society of America in Miami, FL, on May 19, 2023.
Glaser Weil represented Wyatt Technology in its $1.36 billion acquisition by Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT).
Julie R. F. Gerchik, Litigation Partner at Glaser Weil, was asked to comment by The Wall Street Journal in its recent article “Andrew Cuomo Seeks Records, Depositions From Women Who Accused Him of Sexual Harassment” regarding subpoenas the former governor’s legal team sent as part of his defense against a federal lawsuit.
Litigation partner Emil Petrossian and associate Alexander Miller co-authored an article for Law360 titled “Commercial Real Estate Lending Checkup Amid Market Unrest.” The litigators share insights regarding how lending institutions that take a moment to revisit and review their commercial real estate agreements today may benefit from significant litigation advantages tomorrow.
Intellectual Property Partner and Chair Lawrence M. Hadley was interviewed by a reporter from The Mercury News for a piece titled “Alleged ‘brazen’ theft of startup’s documents should be Silicon Valley wake-up call, fired worker says” regarding trade secret thefts.
Glaser Weil Partner Marc Indeglia was interviewed by Bloomberg Law for a piece titled “Finance Firms Wary of Being Swept Up in Creeping SEC Dealer Rule” regarding the federal agency’s proposal to broaden its definition of “securities dealers.”
Measure ULA was passed into law by voters in the city of Los Angeles in November 2022. Although Measure ULA is often referred to as the “mansion tax,” the law applies to all categories of real estate (i.e., commercial, industrial and residential) and takes effect April 1, 2023.
Glaser Weil’s Banking Response Task Force is continuing to monitor the banking crisis. We provide a list of important resources and will update this page as developments occur.
Our task force is supporting the Firm’s many clients impacted by the recent financial developments affecting the global banking industry, monitoring developments, and meeting regularly to coordinate efforts.