Glaser Weil Litigation Partner Elizabeth Sperling and Associate Alaina Bird co-authored an article for American Banker titled “Recent court rulings are good news for banks facing FCRA litigation,” discussing Ninth Circuit rulings following the 2021 U.S. Supreme Court decision in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez regarding the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Glaser Weil Partner Robert Shapiro was interviewed by Fox Business concerning the trial of Sam Bankman-Fried, the former head of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX who was found guilty on all federal fraud and conspiracy charges on November 2, 2023.
Glaser Weil Tax Partner Aman Badyal was interviewed by USA Today for a piece regarding the potential tax savings using direct indexing.
While optimism surrounds the potential of generative A.I. in creative industries, three practical concerns have risen to the forefront, which will inevitably require legal solutions by lawyers, courts and lawmakers.
Glaser Weil corporate partners Matthew Jann and Jeffrey C. Soza co-authored the 2023 editions of The Rutter Group’s California Practice Guide: Corporations and California Practice Guide: Pass-Through Entities.
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.”
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.