Glaser Weil real estate partners Jason Grinnell and Thomas F. Hanley III and corporate associate Gabriel Kiss co-authored an article for Reuters titled “Commercial Real Estate Loan Workouts: Strategic Approaches for the Financial Industry.”
Glaser Weil Litigation Of Counsel James Sargent will moderate a panel titled “Men of Color: Building Understanding, Success Strategies and Authentic Connection” at the California Minority Counsel Program’s CMCP2023 Annual Business Conference, which will take place in San Francisco, September 20-22, 2023.
Peter Sheridan, Partner and Chair of Glaser Weil’s Construction Practice Group, was interviewed by the San Francisco Chronicle in a piece regarding the City of La Cañada Flintridge’s use of the Supreme Court college admissions decision to argue that one of the many housing laws in California is unconstitutional.
Peter Sheridan, Partner and Chair of Glaser Weil’s Construction Practice Group, authored an article for Construction Executive focused on legal questions raised by the use of robots in construction projects.
On August 2, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a decision in Stericycle that will bring heightened scrutiny to employers’ work rules and policies and their potential impact on employees’ rights to self-organize under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”).
Glaser Weil Partner Richard Gottlieb co-authored the Consumer Financial Services Answer Book, recently published by Practising Law Institute. He is the founding, senior editor and co-author of the leading consumer credit desk reference, which has been published annually for over a decade.
Glaser Weil Intellectual Property Partner and Chair Lawrence M. Hadley was interviewed by Law360 in a piece titled “New PTAB Rule Could Lead To Rush Of Bids For Vidal's Eye” regarding the recent announcement allowing litigants to petition the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Director, Kathi Vidal, to reconsider unfavorable PTAB decisions.
Glaser Weil tax partner Aman Badyal authored an article for Law360 Tax Authority titled “Avoiding Negative Tax Consequences In Loan Modifications.”
Glaser Weil partners Fred Heather and Julie Gerchik, and of counsel James Sargent co-authored an article for Law360 titled “Banks Should Ponder Self-Reporting In Light Of DOJ Updates.”
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.