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Media Clips

  • Cybersecurity Risks Require Thorough Evaluation in M&A Transactions
    The Deal | June 11, 2015
    New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dick Langan authored this column discussing the importance of cybersecruity evaluations in M&A deals.
  • Nonprofits in the Zone of Insolvency: 2 Cautionary Tales
    Law360 | May 19, 2015
    New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy counsel Chris Desiderio, Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Mike Cooney, and associate Rob Trott and Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring practice Victor Milione coauthored this column on important issues charitable fiduciaries should educate themselves on to avoid insolvency.
  • Lawrence D. Fruchtman Joins Nixon Peabody as Senior Counsel
    Today's General Counsel | May 14, 2015
    This coverage highlights the arrival of New York City Global Finance senior counsel Larry Fruchtman.
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  • Movers & Shakers
    The Deal | May 14, 2015
    New York City Global Finance senior counsel Larry Fruchtman's arrival is featured in this business and legal executive moves column.
  • Nixon Peabody's Tenney Advises on Private Investment in Texas Affordable Housing
    Inside Counsel | May 12, 2015
    New York City Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Katie Tenney is highlighted in this column on women partners achieving major legal accomplishments. Katie is investor counsel for a conversion of public housing to privately owned affordable housing under the U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development Rental Assistance Demonstration program.
  • De Blasio's 421-A Plan Could Drive Another Deal Rush
    Law360 | May 8, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article on New York City’s long-awaited proposal to extend the 421-a residential development benefit.
  • 3 Political Fights That Threaten Key Tools for Property Deals
    Law360 | April 27, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article discussing key political battles developers are closely watching.
  • The Pendulum Swings in Two Massachusetts Franchise Cases
    The Legal Intelligencer | April 24, 2015
    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Providence Labor & Employment associate Jessica Jewell coauthored this article on two Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decisions which provide valuable lessons for franchise systems with respect to tipping policies.
  • El Paso Closes Largest RAD Deal
    Affordable Housing Finance | April 15, 2015
    This coverage notes Nixon Peabody as counsel to Hunt Capital Partners, a developer involved in the largest Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) project in the nation. New York City Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Katie Tenney led the legal team. Click here for the firm’s press release on the deal.
  • Reduced Coal Sales to China in the Next Five Years? Don't Count on It
    Coal Blog | March 31, 2015
    New York City Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy partner Dennis Drebsky authored this article on Chinese reliance on coal-based energy.
  • MTA Finance Chief Touts 40-Year Bond
    The Bond Buyer | March 23, 2015
    Nixon Peabody is noted as bond counsel in this article on the benefits of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s use of 40-year bonds.
  • Virginia Bay Bridge District Fast-Tracks Subsea Tunnel
    The Bond Buyer | March 23, 2015
    New York City Public Finance partner Ken Lind and Washington, DC, Public Finance partner Mitch Rapaport are both noted as bond and disclosure counsel in this article on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District of Virginia’s planned subsea tunnel.
  • David Marcus Talks with Richard Langan about Shareholder Activism
    The Deal | March 13, 2015
    In this video interview, New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dick Langan discusses how companies should anticipate the possibility of an activist approach with senior writer David Marcus.
  • Bankruptcies Propel a California School Bond Bill
    The Bond Buyer | March 4, 2015
    New York City Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas authored a client alert, “Legislative Advisory—California Senate Bill 222,” that is referenced in this article on the new California bill. The bill would add language to school district general obligation bonds to protect investors if the district goes bankrupt.
  • Marketplace
    New York Law Journal | March 4, 2015
    This coverage notes law firm Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman’s office move. New York City real estate counsel Tom Diorio represented the new building’s ownership in the deal.
  • Franchisor Wins IP Dispute
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | March 1, 2015
    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing when trademark licensees can and cannot continue to use their trademarks over the franchisor's objections.
  • Surprise-Billing Law Casts Wide Net
    Crain's New York Health Pulse | February 2, 2015
    Albany Health Care partner Laurie Cohen and Long Island Health Care partner Rebecca Simone are quoted in this article discussing New York's surprise medical bill law. The piece also contains a link to Laurie and Rebecca's original client alert on the topic.
  • In Twist, Tenant Who Was Forced out Will Displace One Who Moved In
    New York Times | December 19, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing Strategic Policy Advisor Deborah VanAmerongen, a former commissioner of the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal, is quoted in this feature article detailing a potentially precedent-setting New York housing case.
  • 3 Tips on Forming an SEC-Compliant Private Equity Fund
    Law360 | November 18, 2014
    New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dan McAvoy provides commentary in this article discussing tips private equity firms can follow to create SEC-compliant funds.
  • City to Shoulder More Public Benefit Costs
    The Real Deal | November 13, 2014
    New York City office managing partner and Affordable Housing attorney Joe Lynch is named as the moderator of a panel during the Massey Knakal Realty Services Multifamily Summit. Panelists included Vicki Been, Commissioner of the city’s Department of Housing Preservation & Development, BFC Partners’ Donald Capoccia, Dunn Development’s Martin Dunn and L&M Development’s CEO Ron Moelis.
  • Horizon Lines to Sell Itself in Pieces
    The Deal | November 12, 2014
    This coverage notes Boston partner and leader of the Global Finance practice Craig Mills and New York City Global Finance associate Alex Yim’s representation of Pasha Group, which has agreed to acquire the Hawaii trade-lane business of Horizon Lines.
  • People on the Move: Attorney Joins Moelis Institute Board
    Affordable Housing Finance | November 10, 2014
    This column notes that New York City affordable housing associate Aaron Yowell has joined the advisory board of the Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy, which aims to improve the effectiveness of affordable housing policies and programs.
  • Buyers Gaining More MAC Leverage in M&A Deals
    Law360 | November 7, 2014
    New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dick Langan is featured in this story on MAC clauses in M&A deals. Our 13th annual MAC Survey served as the inspiration for this story.
  • Awards for Pro Bono Service
    New York Law Journal | October 23, 2014
    New York City Public Finance partner Liz Columbo is named among the attorneys recognized by the City Bar Justice Center with its sixth annual Jeremy G. Epstein Awards for Outstanding Pro Bono Service.
  • Barclays Settlement Shows SEC Focus on Compliance Controls, Dual Registration
    ACA Insight | October 13, 2014
    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this feature story discussing prosecutions and settlements that may be indicators of future SEC scrutiny that will affect all advisers.
  • FINRA Enforcement Official Decamps to Shulman Rogers
    Law360 | October 3, 2014
    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this article on the departure of a top enforcement official, Emily Gordy, from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
  • Franchisors Should Stay Out of Franchisee Personnel Management
    The Legal Intelligencer | September 26, 2014
    New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Michael Curtis authored this column on circumstances where a franchisor may be liable for alleged employment law violations.
  • NLRB Considering New Standards for Joint-Employer Status
    Compliance Week | September 3, 2014
    Providence Labor & Employment partner Andrew Prescott and New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchising & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg provide commentary on possible new standards from the National Labor Relations Board regarding two separate employers deemed as “joint employers.”
  • Ineligible Assignee: Hedge Funds Are Not Financial Institutions
    Turnarounds & Workouts | September 1, 2014
    New York City Global Finance partner Alex Margolis provides commentary in this feature story discussing the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington’s decision to prohibit the transfer of a secured lender’s interest in a loan on the grounds that the transferee is not an “eligible assignee” under the loan agreement.
  • EOC Updates Guidelines on Pregnancy Discrimination
    Newsday | August 18, 2014
    In this workplace column, Long Island Labor & Employment partner Tara Daub provides commentary on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s updated guidelines on pregnancy discrimination.
  • What is Affordable Housing?
    WNYC-FM (NPR affiliate, New York City) | August 15, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen discusses New York City Mayor De Blasio’s new, high-profile affordable housing plan.
  • Dealmakers Q&A
    Law360 | August 13, 2014
    Health Care and Life Sciences leader Michele Masucci is profiled in this Law360 Q&A series with dealmaking movers and shakers.
  • Minimum-Wage Increase Attacks Advantages of Franchising
    The Legal Intelligencer | July 25, 2014
    New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses efforts by the International Franchise Association (IFA) and five franchisees seeking to block a law to increase Seattle's minimum wage given its potential impact on the franchise method of doing business.
  • Wells Fargo's Toledo Heads All-Female Municipal Forum Slate
    The Bond Buyer | July 24, 2014
    New York City Public Finance partner Virginia Wong is noted among the leadership of the Municipal Forum of New York.
  • CCOs Not Immune to SEC Charges When Agency Finds They Neglect Their Duties
    ACA Insight | July 14, 2014
    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin provides commentary in this feature article discussing consequences chief compliance officers face when failing to meet their compliance obligations.
  • Easing Pain, Sparking Concerns
    Long Island Business News | July 11, 2014
    Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich and associate Joe Carello provide commentary on how New York State employers can prepare for dealing with employees who have access to or use medical marijuana.
  • Bradley Mirkin to Nixon Peabody
    Securities Lending Times | July 3, 2014
    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin’s arrival at the firm is highlighted in this article.
  • Co-investments Surge; LP Challenges Multiply
    Buyouts | June 30, 2014
    New York City Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Ted Ughetta discusses the boom in co-investing that is presenting fresh challenges for limited partners.
  • Big Investors Gain Edge as SEC Ramps up PE Fee Scrutiny
    Law360 | June 26, 2014
    New York City Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Ted Ughetta discusses increased regulatory interest in how private equity firms charge fees and allocate expenses.
  • Lawyers Weigh In On High Court's Halliburton Ruling
    Law360 | June 23, 2014
    New York City Commercial Litigation partner Chris Mason provides commentary on the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Halliburton Co. et al. v. Erica P. John Fund.
  • New Partner for Nixon Peabody
    P3 Bulletin | June 19, 2014
    New York City Project Finance and Public-Private Partnership attorney Vincent Casey is highlighted in this feature story for his arrival at the firm.
  • Nixon Peabody Hires Orrick's Casey
    The Bond Buyer | June 17, 2014
    This feature story highlights the arrival of Project Finance partner Vincent Casey.
  • Few builders likely to win affordable-housing bids
    Crain's New York Business | June 9, 2014
    Nixon Peabody is highlighted among key industry players who are best positioned to help New York City Mayor de Blasio succeed in his $41 billion plan to build or preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing.
  • City Hall's Goldman Girl: Alicia Glen
    The Real Deal | June 1, 2014
    Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this profile of Alicia Glen, New York City’s new deputy mayor for housing and economic development.
  • Ex-FINRA Enforcement Attorney Joins Nixon Peabody
    Compliance Intelligence | May 28, 2014
    This feature story highlights the arrival of New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin.
  • Business as Usual for Franchisors During Class Action Litigation
    The Legal Intelligencer | May 23, 2014
    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise team Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing class action and multiparty litigation involving franchisors.
  • Rare Private Equity Self-Sale Raises Questions
    Law360 | May 22, 2014
    Partner John Koeppel discusses the implications of private equity firm EQT Partners making the unusual move of selling an investment company from one of its funds to another.
  • Nixon Peabody Adds to PE team
    PE HUB | May 21, 2014
    This coverage highlights the arrivals of New York City Private Equity & Investment funds partners Sean Hayes and Ted Ughetta.
  • SIFMA: Detroit's LTGO Treatment Would "Shatter" Muni Industry
    The Bond Buyer | May 12, 2014
    This article notes Nixon Peabody’s representation of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association in an amicus brief urging the rejection of Detroit's bankruptcy exit plan. Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partners Mark Berman and Robert Christmas are SIFMA’s counsel.
  • Stockton, Last Creditor to Face Off in Final Hearing
    The Bond Buyer | May 9, 2014
    New York City Bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas provides third-party commentary on the City of Stockton, California’s plan to recover from chapter 9 bankruptcy.
  • Developers, Attorneys Embrace De Blasio's $41B Housing Plan
    Real Estate Law360 | May 6, 2014
    New York Affordable Housing partner John Kelly comments on the New York City mayor’s new affordable housing plan. John’s comments focus on mandatory inclusionary zoning and the mayor’s goal of making diverse housing possible in every neighborhood.
  • A New Uncertainty for Distressed Debt Investors
    Law360 | April 28, 2014
    New York City Global Finance partner Alexandra Margolis notes that distressed loan investors should take note of an appellate court decision holding that certain hedge funds were not “eligible assignees” of loans under the debtor’s loan agreement and thus ineligible to vote on the debtor’s plan of reorganization.
  • Intern Rights May Be Next Trend in Employment Law
    Law360 | April 18, 2014
    Labor & Employment partners Tara Daub and Chris Gegwich and Labor & Employment associate Alex Gallin authored this column discussing the future of workplace protections against discrimination and harassment to nonemployee interns.
  • 5 Ways a PE Firm Can Win a Packed Auction
    Law360 | April 11, 2014
    Partner John Koeppel discusses strategies that can boost a private equity fund's chances for success in a crowded market.
  • Differing Types of Fraud and the Franchise Relationship
    The Legal Intelligencer | March 28, 2014
    In this column New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses alleged fraud claims that result when franchise relationships go awry.
  • California GOs Different—And Stronger—Than Detroit's
    The Bond Buyer | March 20, 2014
    New York City Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Robert Christmas discusses the ripple effects within the municipal bond market caused by Detroit’s proposed cuts to its general obligation bondholders.
  • Moelis' IPO Prospects May be aided by Performance, Market Appetite
    SNL Financial | March 11, 2014
    New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dick Langan and counsel Ted Ghorra discuss the landscape in the investment banking landscape and how it has changed since 2007.
  • Who Decides: The Court or the Arbitrator?
    Business Law Today (an American Bar Association publication) | March 1, 2014
    Rochester Commercial Litigation partner Carolyn Nussbaum and New York Commercial Litigation partner Chris Mason co-authored this article focusing on arbitration clauses and how they are applied in court.
  • Is It Time To Recall The Term ‘Recall'?
    Law360 | February 18, 2014
    In this column, Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partners Jim Weller and Barbara Lukeman and counsel Ben Dwyer discuss if the term recall is outdated and inaccurate.
  • Personal Notes on Lawyers
    New York Law Journal | February 18, 2014
    This coverage highlights our New York State attorneys elected to the partnership: New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Ashley Baynham, New York City Securities partner Dan McAvoy, New York City Commercial Litigation partner Abby Reardon and Rochester Labor & Employment partner Kate Saracene.
  • Push Begins to Jumpstart Mitchell-Lama in New York State
    Wall Street Journal | February 6, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing partner John Kelly discusses efforts in New York to revive the 1950s-era Mitchell Lama program.
  • Amend Your Arbitration Clause to Comply With New Rules
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | February 1, 2014
    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses new rules from the American Arbitration Association creating a mechanism for appellate review from arbitrations with an elite appellate panel.
  • Attorneys Applaud Overhaul of Nonprofit Law for Cutting Red Tape
    New York Law Journal | December 20, 2013
    Partner and leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations practice Mike Cooney, Rochester counsel Anita Pelletier, and Rochester partner and president of the New York State Bar Association Dave Schraver discuss the New York State Nonprofit Revitalization Act signed into law by Governor Cuomo.
  • Who's Who in Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law
    Long Island Business News | December 13, 2013
    Real Estate partner Dino Fazlibegu is among those individuals recognized as industry leaders in this special section.
  • Lawyers' New Practice Invites Second-Guessing
    Crain's Chicago Business | November 15, 2013
    Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation practice group leader and leader of the firm’s NP Trial® team Joe Ortego discusses the firm’s Second Opinion service.
  • SCOTUS Cert Skirt Left Door Open For Cy Pres Tune-Up
    Law360 | November 8, 2013
    This column discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of a petition for a writ of certiorari in Marek v. Lane. New York City Commercial Litigation partner Chris Mason, San Francisco Commercial Litigation partner Bruce Copeland, Manchester Commercial Litigation associate Dan Deane and Rochester Products: Class Action, Industry & Trade Representation associate Kevin Saunders authored the piece.
  • On Day One, the New Mayor Should Invest in Affordable Housing
    Crain's New York Business | November 3, 2013
    This op-ed, co-authored by New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen and the president and CEO of the Community Preservation Corp., calls for NYC Mayor-Elect de Blasio to make affordable housing a priority of his administration.
  • With Courts' Silence, FCC's ‘Good Faith' Standard Has Left TV Programmers and Distributors at Impasse
    Bloomberg BNA Insights | November 1, 2013
    New York City commercial litigation associate Sherli Yeroushalmi authored this column discussing the notion of “good faith.”
  • Shades of Green: New Department of Defense Renewable Energy Commitment Presents Significant Opportunities (and Risks) for Developers
    Contract Management | November 1, 2013
    This article authored by New York City Energy & Environmental partner Ellen Friedman and Washington, DC, Securities associate Tiana Butcher notes increasing efforts by the U.S. Army to attract private developers to construct and own large-scale renewable power projects at army installations and the inherent challenges and risks associated with federal procurement contracting.
  • Nixon Peabody Promotes Two to Counsel
    The Bond Buyer | October 29, 2013
    This coverage highlights the promotions of Public Finance counsel Neal Pandozzi and Barry Rothchild.
  • Medicare Insurer Can't Get AIG Coverage for $18M Scam
    Law360 | October 1, 2013
    This article notes a New York appeals court ruling in Universal American Corp v. National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, PA. New York City Products: Class Action, Industry and Trade Representation partner Barbara Lukeman is counsel for National Union and is quoted in the piece.
  • Personal Notes on Lawyers
    New York Law Journal | September 6, 2013

    This news brief notes New York Public Company Transactions associate Richa Naujoks’ new role as co-chair of the American Bar Association Section of International Law India Committee.

  • Post-Termination Enforcement of Franchise Agreements
    The Legal Intelligencer | August 23, 2013

    This column, authored by New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg, discusses issues faced by franchisors while trying to enforce the post-termination obligations.

  • Get a Lawyer Son, Get a Real Good (and Pro Bono) One
    Huffington Post | August 19, 2013

    The CEO of Impact Energies authored this column on the importance of legal support for emerging for-profit social enterprises. The column notes Impact Energies' experiences working with Nixon Peabody on a pro bono basis and specifically highlights working with New York City Securities counsel Dan McAvoy.

  • With Stark Law Loophole Under Fire, Docs Eye Bottom Line
    Law360 | August 9, 2013

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Health Services practice Michele Masucci discusses efforts to eliminate a major Stark Law exception that lets physicians refer Medicare patients to their own practices.

  • Investors, the Doctor Will See You Now
    Long Island Business News | August 9, 2013

    Health Services partners Peter Egan and Mike Schnipper discuss medical practices increasingly turning to venture capitalists and management companies that unite investors with physicians.

  • Does Your Franchise Agreement Have an Ambiguity?
    The Legal Intelligencer | July 26, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing the need for franchisors to draft comprehensive franchise agreements.

  • Shock to the Heart: Who's To Blame? That ICD Could Mean a False Claim
    Becker's Hospital Review | July 11, 2013

    Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partners David Feldman and Grayson Yeargin and associate Emily Harlan authored this column addressing increased scrutiny under the False Claims Act.

  • Sponsors Plan to Take Advantage of Lifting of Ad Ban
    Buyouts | July 10, 2013

    New York City Public Company Transactions counsel Dan McAvoy discusses the industry’s reaction to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s vote to lift a decades-old ban against general solicitation and advertising in private market fundraising.

  • Proposal Would Tie Scope of Discovery to Amount in Controversy
    New York Law Journal | July 8, 2013

    New York City Commercial Litigation partner Connie Boland discusses the potential impact of proposed federal rule changes designed to streamline discovery.

  • Hot market has private equity execs going back and forth
    Pensions and Investments | July 8, 2013

    Partner John Koeppel discusses the need for talented industry executives to run transactions in the private equity secondary market.

  • Business of Law: Joseph Lynch to Lead Nixon Peabody's New York Office
    Bloomberg News | June 19, 2013

    This coverage notes that Joe Lynch has been named New York City office managing partner effective August 1, 2013.

  • Aggressive Agenda on Schraver's Mind
    Buffalo Business First | June 10, 2013

    This feature story highlights Rochester Commercial Litigation partner Dave Schraver as the new president of the New York State Bar Association. Dave discusses his goals for his term, including his focus on the future of legal education and the profession.

  • Supreme Court Addresses Problems of Size
    New York Law Journal | June 10, 2013

    New York City Commercial Litigation partner Chris Mason and New York City Commercial Litigation associates Devon Haft Little and Sherli Yeroushalmi authored this column discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s struggle with cases deemed too big or too small.

  • Reading the Witness
    Long Island Business News | June 7, 2013

    Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation practice group leader Joe Ortego discusses the use of expert witnesses.

  • Rochester Attorney Heads NY Bar Association
    Associated Press | June 4, 2013

    This coverage notes that Rochester Commerical Litigation and Indian Law partner Dave Schraver has been named the 116th president of the New York State Bar Association.

  • Defaults in Franchise Relationship That Constitute Irreparable Harm
    The Legal Intelligencer | May 24, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg authored this column discussing factors that can negatively affect a franchise relationship.

  • Annual Meetings Tip Toward Business, Less Pleasure
    Buyouts | May 10, 2013

    Partner John Koeppel and Albany Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Todd Tidgewell discuss the current state of annual meetings for limited partners in the private equity industry.

  • Could your Organization be Subject to False Claims Penalties for ICD Procedures
    The Advisory Board Daily Briefing | May 3, 2013

    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner David Feldman participated in this Q&A discussing the impact of Department of Justice investigations into implanted cardioverter defibrillator procedures and recommendations for providers.

  • Within Reason? Years after USA Baby's demise, one exec pursues justice, alone
    Franchise Times | May 1, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses a case involving the litigious former president of baby-goods retailer USA Baby, a now liquidated chain of 70 stores.

  • NY Anti-Corruption Legislation Could Be A Game-Changer
    Law360 | April 17, 2013

    Buffalo government investigations & white collar defense partner Mark Molloy, Washington, DC, associate Emily Harlan and New York City associate J. Michael Smith co-authored this column discussing proposed legislation in New York, called the “Public Trust Act,” which would create a new class of public corruption crimes.

  • Big Firms Weigh Accredited Investors, but Will They Feel the Love?
    Dow Jones LBO Wire | March 15, 2013

    Partner John Koeppel discusses the current trend of private equity firms considering raising capital from accredited investors.

  • Social Media and the De-Identification of Protected Health Information
    Bloomberg BNA Social Media Law & Policy Report | March 12, 2013
    This article, co-authored by partner & leader of the health services practice Michele Masucci and Long Island health services associate Carly Eisenberg, addresses the rising popularity of social media bring new challenges for health care providers. Click here to read the article.
  • What Will Tax Reform Mean for the Future of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)?
    Affordable Housing Finance | March 1, 2013

    Affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen discusses how tax reform will impact the low-income housing tax credit.

  • Necessary Formality in Franchise Agreements
    Commercial Leasing Law & Strategy | March 1, 2013

    The article, co-authored by franchise & distribution practice group leader Craig Tractenberg and Boston franchise & distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein, discusses a recent federal court decision suggesting that expansive and formal franchise agreements are a necessary evil.

  • Act Now To Harness IRS Energy Tax Credits
    Energy Law360 | March 1, 2013

    New York City energy & environmental partner Ellen Friedman, Boston tax credit finance & syndication partner Forrest Milder and San Francisco energy & environmental associate Alison Torbitt co-authored this column noting that interest applicants should act quickly to benefit from the $150 million of advanced energy manufacturing tax credits available from the Internal Revenue Service.

  • Helpful Amendments Made to the Pennsylvania Health Club Act
    The Legal Intelligencer | February 22, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg discusses new amendments to the Pennsylvania Health Club Act.

  • Forum Selection Clause an Important Provision in Franchise Agreements
    Commercial Leasing Law & Strategy | February 1, 2013

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein authored this article discussing a case in which a franchisor’s action to enforce its post-term restrictive covenant was dismissed for being in violation of its own forum selection clause.

  • Superstorm Sandy: An Update and Look to the Future
    New York Law Journal | January 22, 2013

    Rochester Commercial Litigation partner Dave Schraver, president-elect of the New York State Bar Association, authored this column discussing the Bar Association’s efforts after Hurricane Sandy and how a report from the Bar Association’s Task Force on Global Warming can affect the future.

  • Medicare Insurer Can't Get Coverage for $18M Scam
    Law 360 | January 9, 2013

    This article notes that National Union Fire Insurance prevailed in the coverage dispute with Universal American Corp. over an $18 million Medicare-related scam. New York City Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partner Barbara Lukeman served as counsel for National Union in this matter.

  • CPSC Continues Crusade Against High-Powered Magnets
    Product Liability Law 360 | January 8, 2013

    This column, authored by New York City Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partner Barbara Lukeman, discusses the Consumer Products Safety Commission announcement of a another recall of high-powered magnetic desk toys.

  • Impact of Private Equity on Franchising
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | January 1, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchising & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchising & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein discuss how the franchise industry is being transformed by major investments in franchise systems by private equity funds.

  • Who's Who in Commercial Real Estate Law
    Long Island Business News | December 14, 2012

    Real Estate partner Bill Lang is among those industry professionals recognized as those to watch in commercial real estate.

  • Landmark Class Action Case to Be Heard in Supreme Court
    Law 360 | December 13, 2012

    Commercial litigation partners Chris Mason and Carolyn Nussbaum and commercial litigation associate Paige Berges co-authored this column noting that the United States Supreme Court granted a writ of certiorari to review the most recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in American Express Travel Related Services Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant.

  • Risk of Exclusion Remains Potent for Health Care Industry Executives
    Bloomberg BNA's Medical Devices Law & Industry Report | December 12, 2012

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero and Health Services practice group leader Michele Masucci authored this column discussing the continued focus on individual accountability of health care executives. Click here to read the article.

  • Expert Disclosure in New York: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
    New York Law Journal | December 10, 2012

    This contributed article by New York City Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partner Barbara Lukeman and Long Island Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation associate Tom Mealiffe focuses on New York’s expert disclosure rule and the New York State Bar Association’s plans to propose a set of voluntary rules to bolster the current expert disclosure rules for cases before the Commercial Division.

  • Another Pro-Arbitration Decision Of The Supreme Court
    Law 360 | December 7, 2012

    This contributed article authored by New York Litigation associate Paige Berges and New York Litigation partner Chris Mason focuses the Supreme Court’s interpretation of arbitration clauses.

  • Report from Restaurant Development and Finance Conference
    The Legal Intelligencer | November 30, 2012

    In this recurring column, leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg recaps the annual Restaurant Development and Finance Conference that brings together chain restaurants, franchisees, franchisors, and capital sources.

  • SEC Drops Charges that Manager Misled Investors
    Financial Times | November 17, 2012

    New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Alex Lipman, discusses the Securities and Exchange Commission’s decision not to pursue its case against a former collateral manager Edward Steffelin who was accused of misleading investors in a J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. mortgage-bond deal.

  • Lawyers Alliance Honors Pro Bono
    New York Law Journal | November 16, 2012

    New York City Real Estate partner David Portal and New York Real Estate associate Joann Moolsintong are among the Lawyers Alliance for New York Cornerstone Award honorees presented in recognition of pro bono service to nonprofit groups.

  • Another Fumble by the SEC on Fraud
    New York Times | November 16, 2012

    This coverage notes that the Securities and Exchange Commission dropped its case against a former collateral manager Edward Steffelin, who was accused of misleading investors in a J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. mortgage-bond deal. New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Alex Lipman led the Nixon Peabody team representing Mr. Steffelin.

  • SEC Drops Bond Lawsuit
    Wall Street Journal | November 16, 2012

    This feature story details the decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to drop its case against a former collateral manager Edward Steffelin who was accused of misleading investors in a J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. mortgage-bond deal. Mr. Steffelin is represented by a Nixon Peabody team led by New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Alex Lipman.

  • The Thin Lines Between Zealous Advocacy, Incivility, and Punishable Misconduct
    The Brief | November 1, 2012

    Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation practice group and NP Trial leader Joe Ortego authored this article for the Fall issue of this American Bar Association publication.

  • Forum Selection Clause an Important Provision in Franchise Agreements
    The Legal Intelligencer | October 26, 2012

    Leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein co-authored this column discussing the importance of forum selection clauses in franchise agreements.

  • City Bar Recognizes Pro Bono Efforts
    New York Law Journal | October 25, 2012

    New York City Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring associate Chris Desiderio is among the honorees of the annual City Bar Justice Center Jeremy G. Epstein Awards for Outstanding Pro Bono Service highlighted in this article.

  • Wary M&A Buyers Up Use Of Performance-Based MAC Clauses
    Mergers & Acquisitions Law 360 | October 22, 2012

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Global Business & Transactions practice David Martland and New York City Securities partner Dick Langan discuss the results of the firm’s eleventh annual MAC survey, which explores trends in the use of material adverse change clauses in M&A deals.

  • Counsel Rankings Show Big Shifts
    The Bond Buyer | October 15, 2012

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Public Finance practice Michael Vaccari discusses the firm’s rise in Thomson Reuters counsel rankings for the first nine months of the year.

  • Raising Private Capital
    Crain's New York Business: Health Pulse | October 4, 2012

    Albany Health Services partner Peter Millock provides commentary in this article discussing New York State’s health care laws and regulations which have kept hospitals from raising private equity capital.

  • Hospitals' Lawsuit against State Moves Forward with Court Decision
    The Legal Intelligencer | September 28, 2012

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein coauthored this column discussing franchise agreements.

  • Social Media Giveaways and the California Wine Industry
    Practical Winery & Vineyard Journal | September 22, 2012

    This article, authored by Beverage Alcohol team partners Bruce Copeland and Rob Carrol and associates Kate Hardy and Alison Torbitt, discusses the intersection of social media and the wine industry in California.

  • Pro Bono 2012: Power Player
    American Lawyer | August 27, 2012

    This article highlights the firm’s pro bono involvement with Impact Energies, a company that distributes clean energy products throughout Ghana by providing microfinance loans to locals. New York City securities associate Dan McAvoy, who led the firm’s efforts, is quoted in the piece, as is Washington, DC, Energy & Environmental partner Deborah DeMasi. The other members of the Nixon Peabody team highlighted in the article included partners Allan Cohen and Bill O’Brien and associates Carly Eisenberg, Susannah Keagle, Deirdre Nash, and Richa Naujoks.

  • When a Franchisor Files, Can the Franchisee Keep the Name?
    The Legal Intelligencer | August 24, 2012

    Leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg authors this column addressing the question as to whether or not a franchisee can keep its name after its franchisor files bankruptcy.

  • Domino's Delivery Problem Shows E-mail Peril
    Franchise Times | August 1, 2012

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution team Craig Tractenberg provides commentary discussing potential legal issues in digital communications used by franchisors and franchisees as illustrated in Grosso Enterprises v. Domino’s Pizza.

  • Limiting Wrongful Franchise Termination Claims
    The Legal Intelligencer | July 27, 2012

    This contributed article authored by New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise practice Craig Tractenberg provides a legal analysis of the Bell v. Bimbo Foods Bakeries Distribution and its implications for franchises.

  • Counsel Ranking See Shift
    The Bond Buyer | July 13, 2012

    This feature story looks at the rankings for bond, underwriters’, and disclosure counsel firms according to Thomson Reuters data. The coverage notes that Nixon Peabody rose to be the fifth-ranked bond counsel firm by par value in the first half of 2012 (up from 12th ranked for 1H 2011) and rose to the top in the first half of 2012 from seventh last year in underwriter’s counsel rankings. Partner and leader of the firm’s Public Finance practice Michael Vaccari provides commentary.

  • Personal Notes on Lawyers
    New York Law Journal | July 12, 2012

    New York City Affordable Housing partner John Kelly is highlighted for being named chairman of the board of governors of the National Housing Conference.

  • Health Care Client Alerts Prefigure Uptick in Law Firm Business
    New York Law Journal | July 3, 2012

    This article looks at how the June 28 Supreme Court decision on health care reform impacts attorneys and their clients. New York partner and leader of the firm’s Health Services practice Michele Masucci, provides commentary.

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NY legislature passes bill requiring nonprofits to create workplace violence prevention programs
Employment Law Alert | June 22, 2015

New York's top court rejects choice-of-law provision, endorses "blue pencil" doctrine in non-compete case
Employment Law Alert | June 19, 2015

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New York poised to enact law standardizing sexual assault policy on all college campuses in the state
Higher Education Alert | June 18, 2015

NYC prepares to "ban the box"
Employment Law Alert | June 17, 2015

What's Trending in Affordable Housing
June 2, 2015

Court approves $11.1 million global settlement in three Madoff avoidable transfers cases
Private Fund Disputes Alert | May 26, 2015

Quality assurance requirements coming to NYS office-based surgery practices
Health Care Alert | May 20, 2015

NYS changes requirements for physician profiles
Health Care Alert | May 13, 2015

NYSERDA announces MW block incentive program for commercial and industrial grid-connected solar energy systems
Environmental Law Alert | May 13, 2015

2015 Employer's Guide to New York State Labor Laws Released
May 13, 2015

NYS Commissioner of Health granted new authority to appoint temporary operators of general hospitals
Health Care Alert | May 6, 2015

New York City expected to ban employers from requesting or using credit histories
Employment Law Alert | April 29, 2015

Will the New York Court of Appeals expand the class of individuals to whom providers owe a duty of care?
Health Care Alert | April 24, 2015

Legislative Sting: New York City Commission on Human Rights mandated to run undercover investigations of local employers' hiring practices
Employment Law Alert | April 23, 2015

Court "hits the brakes" on lawyer's retaliation claims against his client's former employer
Employment Law Alert | April 17, 2015

OMIG reminds providers that compliance officer must be an employee of the provider
Health Care Alert | April 17, 2015

New York attorney general scrutinizing employers' use of on-call shifts
Employment Law Alert | April 14, 2015

Update: NYSLA marketing permit advisory postponed
Beverage Alcohol Alert | April 10, 2015

Amendment to New York's telehealth legislation
Health Care Alert | March 27, 2015

New York State Liquor Authority proposes advisories
Beverage Alcohol Alert | March 20, 2015

New York federal court blocks proposal to post legal notice on social media
Employment Law Alert | March 18, 2015

NY to raise tipped minimum wage to $7.50 per hour
Employment Law Alert | February 25, 2015

New York's Surprise Medical Bill Law: three things health care providers need to know before March 31
Health Care Alert | January 28, 2015

When Duty Calls: New York enacts labor law requiring leave for first responders
Employment Law Alert | January 7, 2015

New York health insurers and state Medicaid program to cover telehealth services
Health Care Alert | January 5, 2015

Governor Cuomo signs bill relieving all New York employers of burdensome annual pay notice requirements
Employment Law Alert | December 31, 2014

NYS mandates coordination between campus safety and local police
Higher Education Law Alert | December 22, 2014

So close, yet so far — the bill amending the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act still not signed
Employment Law Alert | December 12, 2014

Lawyers as a protected class? Lawyer "spins" client's retaliation claim and files lawsuit to lift ban from cycling studio
Employment Law Alert | November 26, 2014

New York beverage producers get a boost from the Craft New York Act
Beverage Alcohol Alert | November 13, 2014

Proposed New York ACO regulations: What you should know about becoming a certified ACO
Health Care Alert | October 17, 2014

Will NY DSRIP program's impact extend beyond the state Medicaid program?
Health Care Alert | October 17, 2014

New York's e-prescribing mandate: Are prescribers and pharmacies ready?
Health Care Alert | September 11, 2014

New York passes legislation protecting interns
Employment Law Alert | July 29, 2014

Pared down privilege logs in New York State's Commercial Division: the future of more efficient logs?
Commercial Litigation Alert | July 10, 2014

Steve Nelson's law: New York legislature passes bill requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants and commercial buildings
Real Estate Alert | July 2, 2014

Relief in sight: bill eliminating annual wage notice requirement passed by New York legislature
Employment Law Alert | June 25, 2014

What will New York's Medical Marijuana Law mean for employers?
Employment Law Alert | June 23, 2014

New York edges closer to legalizing medical marijuana
Health Care Alert | June 20, 2014

Should I Review My Estate Plan?
Private Clients Alert | June 18, 2014

New York's surprise medical bill law
Health Alert | June 3, 2014

2014 Employer's Guide to New York State Labor Laws Released
May 21, 2014

New York Court of Appeals eliminates requirement to allege specific law, rule or regulation violated by employer for whistleblower retaliation claims
Employment Law Alert | May 20, 2014

New York and several other states move closer to banning microbeads in personal care products
Products Alert | May 15, 2014

New York City Mayor de Blasio announces $41 billion affordable housing plan
Affordable Housing Alert | May 5, 2014

A new proposed Commercial Division rule on e-discovery from nonparties emphasizes cooperation, proportionality and easing the burden on nonparties
Electronic Discovery and Evidence Law Alert | April 29, 2014

NYS to issue grants for continued transformation of NY's health care delivery system – a funding opportunity for health care providers
Health Alert | April 15, 2014

New York court rejects claims against fund manager of a Madoff feeder fund, highlighting exculpatory terms in private fund agreement
Private Fund Disputes Alert | April 11, 2014

New York makes significant changes to its estate tax law
Private Clients Alert | April 7, 2014

The New York City Human Rights Law amended to protect unpaid, non-employee interns from discrimination and harassment
Employment Law Alert | April 2, 2014

Adjunct professors targeted for unionization
Employment Law Alert | March 28, 2014

Webinar Recording: Are you ready for the NYC Earned Sick Time Act?
Originally recorded March 21, 2014 | March 27, 2014

Changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act will increase overtime pay to millions
Employment Law Alert | March 24, 2014

The START-UP NY Program—New York State approves eight eligible "tax-free" zones
New York Law Alert | March 24, 2014

New York appellate court finds that Florida's non-compete law is "truly obnoxious" to New York public policy and renders a choice of law provision unenforceable
Employment Law Alert | February 14, 2014

There may be a place for investment by publicly traded entities in New York health care facilities after all
Health Alert | February 7, 2014

New York State considers expanding office-based surgery rules to office-based anesthesia
Health Alert | February 3, 2014

Governor's budget seeks to implement recommendations adopted by NY State Advisory Committee regarding delivery of ambulatory care services
Health Alert | January 24, 2014

New York State will again consider allowing private equity investment in health care facilities
Health Law Alert | January 22, 2014

Pregnancy accommodation: What employers need to know about recent amendments to the New York City Human Rights Law
Employment Law Alert | January 16, 2014

NY State's highest court finds health care clinic is not liable for nurse's disclosure of patient information
Health Alert | January 13, 2014

The trend towards increasing minimum wage continues–this time in New York
Employment Law Alert | December 20, 2013

No reason to deviate and create new "medical monitoring" cause of action in New York
Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation Alert | December 19, 2013

Reminder to complete OMIG compliance program and DRA compliance certifications
Health Law Alert | December 9, 2013

New York State providers should implement emergency regulations for insurance coverage of applied behavior analysis
Health Law Alert | November 20, 2013

START-UP NY: overview of implementing regulations and next steps for colleges, universities and businesses
New York Law Alert | November 1, 2013

Indefinite leave of absence: A reasonable accommodation under the New York City Human Rights Law?
Employment Law Alert | October 23, 2013

New York State DOL Publishes Final Regulations Regarding Permissible Wage Deductions
Employment Law Alert | October 22, 2013

New DOH regulations promote accountable care in New York
Health Law Alert | September 30, 2013

Paving the way for enhanced collaboration, New York DOH proposes antitrust exemptions
Health Law Alert | September 27, 2013

Volunteers as employees: Considerations for nonprofit institutions
Nonprofit Organizations Alert | September 25, 2013

Second Circuit ruling narrows double jeopardy protections in honest services prosecutions
Government Investigations & White Collar Defense Alert | August 21, 2013

DOH requires surgical masks for unvaccinated health care workers
Health Law Alert | August 9, 2013

Neighboring states, similar issue, different holdings: What does it mean for insurers analyzing their duty to defend?
Insurance Law Alert | July 18, 2013

The START-UP NY Program — Developing College Campuses as Engines of Economic Expansion
New York Law Alert | June 28, 2013

New NY alcohol manufacturing licensing system proposed
Beverage Alcohol Brief | June 5, 2013

Are you a covered provider?
Get Ready: Executive Order No. 38 Effective July 1

Nonprofit Organizations Alert | May 30, 2013

Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveils major economic development initiative offering tax benefits to businesses operating on or near select college and university campuses
New York Law Alert | May 30, 2013

New York City Council enacts mandatory paid sick leave bill
Employment Law Alert | May 23, 2013

New York State DOL publishes proposed regulations regarding permissible wage deductions
Employment Law Alert | May 17, 2013

Drill, maybe, drill: New York appellate court upholds right of municipalities to prohibit oil and gas development
Energy Alert | May 8, 2013

Text of Governor Cuomo's "Public Trust Act" unveiled
Government Investigations & White Collar Defense Alert | May 2, 2013

The New York SAFE Act of 2013 and its profound effect on mental health care providers and their patients
Health Law Alert | March 22, 2013

Critical hydrofracking cases advance through New York courts
Energy Alert | March 22, 2013

Implementation of New York State executive compensation and administrative expense caps has been postponed
Health Law Alert | March 18, 2013

Opportunity to affect design of future NYS Certificate of Need and health facility licensing systems
Health Law Alert | March 8, 2013

Baksheesh, Refresco or Podmazyvat: A bribe by any other name can still get you prosecuted in the United States
Government Investigations & White Collar Defense Alert | February 15, 2013

New York asbestos judge rules bankruptcy claims materials must be disclosed
Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation Alert | November 19, 2012

Wage and hour issues arising from Hurricane Sandy
Employment Law Alert | November 6, 2012

Hurricane Sandy checklist: Legal and safety precautions for medical providers and clinic operators
Health Law Alert | October 31, 2012

New York adds new restrictions on the use of social security numbers
Employment Law Alert | October 26, 2012

Extension of tax exemption for New York redevelopment companies
Affordable Housing Alert | October 2, 2012

Attention NY employers: Governor Cuomo signs New York Labor Law amendments expanding permissible wage deductions
Employment Law Alert | September 12, 2012

Long Island Power Authority announces Feed-In Tariff: applications accepted now
Renewable Energy Alert | July 17, 2012

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Events

Understanding the Securities Laws Summer 2015
July 23, 2015

NextGeneration NYCHA, the New RAD Notice and News from Albany—What You Need to Know
July 16, 2015 | New York, NY

Employment Law Update: What's new with the NLRB?
June 24, 2015 | New York, NY

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Key Metrics for Franchise Investment: What You Need to Know
June 17, 2015 | New York, NY

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
June 4, 2015 | New York, NY

Taking your craft brewery, distillery, or winery to the next level—What you need to be thinking about now
June 3, 2015 | New York, NY

Retirement Plans for Nonprofits: What All Plan Sponsors Need to Know
May 28, 2015 | New York, NY

The Cuban Thaw: What do the new changes mean for U.S. businesses?
May 21, 2015 | New York, NY

Private Equity and M&A Outlook: Trends & Opportunities
April 14, 2015 | New York, NY

Raising the Bar: Asian Women Partners in Major Firms
March 26, 2015 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: Housing Tax Credits 101 + Affordable Housing in New York
March 25, 2015

Internal investigations: Shining the spotlight on the role of the attorney-client privilege
March 24, 2015 | New York, NY

Municipal Risk: Detroit and Stockton Bankruptcy Roundtable
February 24, 2015

What you need to know about working with nonprofit housing corporations in affordable housing transactions
February 11, 2015 | New York, NY

Private Equity Investing Outlook: What's Next for Food, Beverage & Agriculture
February 4, 2015 | New York, NY

Data Security: Issues Wastewater Treatment Plants Need to Consider
February 2, 2015

Cybersecurity and Data Protection Legal Summit
December 2, 2014

Nixon Peabody Veterans Day Celebration & Fundraiser
November 13, 2014 | New York, NY

What You Need to Know About Affordable Housing Development and Environmental Clearance Requirements
November 11, 2014 | New York, NY

Private Equity Fundraising: Attracting LPs in a Crowded Market
November 5, 2014 | New York, NY

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
November 4, 2014 | New York, NY

Edison Electric Institute Cybersecurity Networking Reception and Law Conference: Discussions on Cyber Insurance
October 24, 2014

Nixon Peabody Women's Affinity Group supports Kiva
October 15, 2014 | New York, NY

Housing Issues in Focus: Troubleshooting Fair Housing Issues in NYC and Beyond
October 7, 2014 | New York, NY

Health Care Compliance Forum: Self-Disclosing Medicare and Medicaid Overpayments
October 7, 2014 | New York, NY

Investment Trends in IP & Technology
October 1, 2014 | New York, NY

Fourth Annual Liquidity and Capital Raising National Forum - New York, NY
September 29, 2014

Code the Deal
September 19, 2014 | New York, NY

Housing Issues in Focus: Negotiating Equity Documents—What You Need to Know
July 24, 2014 | New York, NY

Employment Law Update: Hot Topics for New York Employers
June 26, 2014 | New York, NY

Emerging Technology and Delivery Solutions in Health Care
June 4, 2014 | New York, NY

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
May 28, 2014 | New York, NY

OMIG's 2014–2015 Work Plan—High Risk Areas and What to Expect in the Year Ahead
May 6, 2014 | New York, NY

Webinar: Are you ready for the NYC Earned Sick Time Act?
March 21, 2014

New York State Nonprofit Revitalization Act Roadshow: What changed? What you should do.
March 4, 2014 | New York, NY

Private Equity Investing Outlook: What's Next for Consumer Products & Services
February 26, 2014 | New York, NY

LegalTech® New York 2014
February 4, 2014

American Conference Institute's 17th National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation
January 29, 2014

Environmental Regulation 2013: Hot Topics, Regulatory Developments, and Practical Guidance for Corporate Compliance
December 6, 2013

Hunting Zombie Funds—Kill or Cure?
December 4, 2013

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
October 30, 2013 | New York, NY

Compliance with the 60-Day Overpayment Rule
October 23, 2013 | New York, NY

Data privacy and security challenges for drug & device manufacturers: Understanding the industry's key challenges, dissecting the most impactful regulations and avoiding common pitfalls for risk exposure
October 21, 2013

Private Equity Infrastructure Dealmaking—If you build it, they will come
October 16, 2013 | New York, NY

Clean Up in Aisle 9: Distressed M&A and Reorganization Opportunities and Challenges in the Retail Grocery Sector
September 12, 2013 | New York, NY

Hacking, fraud, cybercrime, and theft: Is your data an easy target?
September 10, 2013 | New York, NY

How is sequestration affecting Section 8 funding?
July 2, 2013 | New York, NY

Doing Business Globally: A (Legal) View From Important Markets
June 4, 2013 | New York, NY

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing (New York City)
May 22, 2013 | New York, NY

ACI 3rd Annual Health Care Privacy and Security Forum
May 22, 2013 | New York, NY

Outlook on Private Equity Secondary Transactions—Trends, Challenges & Deal Flow Opportunities
May 16, 2013 | New York, NY

Fund Disputes on the Rise—Emerging Trends & Practical Solutions
April 24, 2013 | New York, NY

Health Care Reform: Are you ready?
April 17, 2013 | New York, NY

ERISA Fiduciary Update
March 7, 2013 | New York, NY

ERISA Fiduciary Update
March 6, 2013 | Jericho, NY

American Conference Institute's 15th National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation
January 31, 2013 | New York, NY

Health Care IT Security and Governance in the Post-HITECH Age
January 29, 2013 | New York, NY

EVENT SOLD OUT! Investing in Wine, Spirits & Craft Brews: Current Challenges & Opportunities
January 23, 2013 | New York, NY

HIPAA Breaches—Lessons Learned
Are you Audit Ready? Survival Strategies and 22 Steps to Audit Readiness

January 22, 2013 | New York, NY

New York/Long Island Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
December 11, 2012 | New York, NY

Nixon Peabody's New York CLE Program
December 5, 2012 | New York, NY

Investing in Health Care: Current challenges and opportunities
October 11, 2012 | New York, NY

What do we do now? Employer strategies and solutions for managing employee disability, leave of absence, and return to work issues
October 2, 2012 | New York, NY

New York Affordable Housing and Community Development Update and Networking Reception
September 12, 2012 | New York, NY

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Nixon Peabody attorneys and practices receive high rankings from 2015 Chambers USA
June 1, 2015

Nixon Peabody earns "Impact Award for Housing" from Citizens Housing Planning Council
May 14, 2015

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Amalgamated bank executive vice president and general counsel joins Nixon Peabody in New York
May 13, 2015

Nixon Peabody pro bono partner earns two separate awards for dedication to giving back
April 22, 2015

Nixon Peabody advises on large-scale private investment in Texas Affordable Housing
April 10, 2015

Court Says Former Enzo Executives Breached Agreement, Awards Nominal Damages
March 16, 2015

Nixon Peabody selected by Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission to advise on parallel tunnel project
March 13, 2015

Nixon Peabody advises on St. Francis "Deal of the Year"
November 26, 2014

Nixon Peabody litigators recognized as industry leaders
November 20, 2014

Nixon Peabody attorney joins board of Institute for Affordable Housing Policy
October 28, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises Tauriga Sciences in acquisition restructuring of therapeutic healing creams company
September 26, 2014

Nixon Peabody attorneys co-author consumer products liability book
August 1, 2014

Top public-private partnership attorney joins Nixon Peabody
June 17, 2014

Leading FINRA attorney joins Nixon Peabody in New York City
May 27, 2014

Nixon Peabody grows private equity talent—this time in NYC
May 20, 2014

Nixon Peabody legal team counsels Pall Corporation in acquisition of worldwide filtration supplier
May 1, 2014

Nixon Peabody counsels client through international ports strategic alliance
April 7, 2014

Nixon Peabody successfully defends Republic of Turkey in complex multimillion-dollar investment dispute
March 27, 2014

Chambers Global recognizes Nixon Peabody partners as “leaders in their fields”
March 26, 2014

Nixon Peabody's 11 newly elected partners navigate clients through a range of business issues
February 4, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises Dynamics Research Corporation in merger with Engility
February 3, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises on Harlem housing development
January 28, 2014

Black Button Distilling produces first barrels of bourbon since prohibition in Rochester, NY
January 28, 2014

Nixon Peabody deepens Global Finance team in New York City
January 22, 2014

Nixon Peabody Partners Named to Arbitration Leadership Roles
January 14, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises in acquisition of $2B equity manager
December 12, 2013

Nixon Peabody advises Stonecastle Financial Corporation in $110m initial public offering
November 18, 2013

Nixon Peabody MAC Survey illustrates improved economic conditions in dealmaking
November 13, 2013

Nixon Peabody Advises Tauriga Sciences Inc. in Alliance with Synthetic Biology Pioneer
October 30, 2013

Expanding corporate practice, Nixon Peabody welcomes new securities counsel in New York City
October 2, 2013

Nixon Peabody Among International American Bar Association Committee Leadership
September 3, 2013

Nixon Peabody Taps Joseph Lynch to Lead New York City Office
June 18, 2013

Nixon Peabody Advises Gannett in $1.5 Billion Acquisition
June 13, 2013

Nixon Peabody Secures Legal Victory for FreshDirect
June 7, 2013

Nixon Peabody Partner David Schraver Assumes Presidency of New York State Bar Association
June 3, 2013

Nixon Peabody Elects 13 Attorneys to Partnership
January 14, 2013

Nixon Peabody Secures Unanimous Jury Verdict for Aviation Clients
December 3, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises Wells Fargo in $621 Million Deal to Refinance Mortgage Loan for New York City Cooperative
November 29, 2012

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Among Those Honored with 2012 Cornerstone Awards for Pro Bono Service
November 13, 2012

Nixon Peabody Litigation and Trial Capabilities Recognized
October 24, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises ASIG on Acquisition of PLH Aviation Services & Dryden Air Services
September 4, 2012

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