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WASHINGTON, DC

Our talent in Washington, DC is infused with people who have experience and relationships with those driving the country’s agenda.

A number of professionals in our Washington office served in Congress or held leadership or general counsel positions within agencies like HUD, the IRS, the FTC, the SEC or the FDA. Others have worked extensively with international development programs, such as the World Bank’s community and housing development programs.

So it is no surprise that Washington, DC is home to our affordable housing, community development, and tax credit finance practices—the largest and most sophisticated in the nation. Our insider contacts and perspective in this industry is unmatched. But we also offer highly creative minds that are constantly considering solutions to tomorrow’s challenges to their thinking about today’s transactions. Our focus on green development and social benefit investing are just two examples.

Our Washington office talent also includes corporate, litigation, intellectual property, energy and tax attorneys who are involved in major financing transactions, regulatory issues and protection of company interests.

One of our core values is to bring Nixon Peabody to the community, and the community to Nixon Peabody. In addition to an active pro bono program, many lawyers, professionals and staff in the Washington office dedicate substantial time to mentoring programs, board memberships, volunteer and advisory services to nonprofits, and community service and we often host meetings and events for community partners. We are committed to our clients, to each other and to the communities in which we live and work.

Media Clips

  • After Three Decades in the Spotlight, Clinton Stands on the Cusp of History
    CQ Magazine | July 22, 2016
    Washington, DC, Government Relations Senior Strategic Policy Advisor Thomas Reynolds is quoted in this article reflecting on Hillary Clinton’s rise to be the 2015 Democratic Party nominee for president.
  • Career Tracker: Lawyers on the move
    Reuters Legal | July 20, 2016
    This coverage notes that Los Angeles health care partner Jill Gordon has been elected to the firm’s management committee, and that M&A and corporate transactions partner Tom Gaynor has been tapped as the San Francisco office managing partner.
  • Materiality Matters: The First Post-Escobar Decisions
    Law360 | July 19, 2016
    Chicago partner John Ruskusky and Washington, DC, associate Emily Harlan co-authored this column regarding expected changes for False Claims Act cases and investigations in the aftermath of the decision in Universal Health Services Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar.
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  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | July 19, 2016
    This column notes that Washington, DC, public company transactions associate Pierce Han has been elected vice president of membership of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Greater Washington.
  • Groundbreaking False Claims Act Decision: Unanimous Supreme Court Upholds ‘Implied False Certification' Theory Under Certain Circumstances
    Westlaw Journal Government Contract | July 18, 2016
    This column discussing an important United States Supreme Court decision regarding False Claims Act liability was co-authored by Boston partners Brian French and Fred Kelly, Boston associates Hannah Bornstein and Sydney Pritchett, and Washington, DC, associate Emily Harlan.
  • High LIHTC Pricing, Low Yields Lead to Investor Pushback
    Journal of Tax Credits | July 7, 2016
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Richard Price is quoted in this feature article that discusses results of a survey of investors and syndicators on the state of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) housing.
  • City Securities' lesser-known sibling sells
    Indianapolis Business Journal | July 2, 2016
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is quoted in this article discussing the sale of client, CREA, and how industry supply and demand is driving interest.
  • DoD Cybersecurity: Safeguarding Unclassified Covered Defense Information
    Government Contracting Law Report | July 1, 2016
    Washington, DC, partner Vincent Napoleon and associate Harini Kidambi co-authored this column discussing steps being taken by the Department of Defense to minimize vulnerabilities and the impact of cyberattacks against defense contractors.
  • Texas Housing Bias Row May Affect Developer Building Plans
    Law360 | June 15, 2016
    Washington, DC, affordable housing partner Harry Kelly is quoted in this feature story that looks at Texas’s housing agency to derail a suit accusing it of discrimination in allocating tax credits for affordable housing developments. The coverage notes that this is a test of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recognition of unintentional discrimination claims under the Fair Housing Act.
  • Takeaways From High Court's Hobbs Act Extortion Ruling
    Law360 | June 14, 2016
    Boston government investigations and white collar defense partner Brian Kelly and Washington, DC, government investigations and white collar defense associate Emily Harlan contributed this article about the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that a public official can be convicted of conspiring to commit extortion even when co-conspirators willingly furnish the money and/or property.
  • Philanthropic Capital In Search Of Clarity
    Law360 | June 10, 2016
    Partner and leader of our nonprofit organizations and higher education teams Mike Cooney authored this column about how program-related investments have an overweighted emphasis on international philanthropy.
  • The Duty of Obedience in a Time of Change
    Association of Governing Boards (AGB) Blog | June 7, 2016
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Higher Education and Nonprofit Organizations teams Mike Cooney authored this column discussing the duty of obedience—a fiduciary duty of board members to ensure that the institution is operating according to its stated purposes in its governing documents.
  • The dealmaker behind the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Fisher Family partnership
    Art Daily | May 16, 2016
    This article features Nixon Peabody’s role as deal counsel and advisor to San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the Fisher Family to create a first-of-its-kind collaboration between a museum and a collection. Los Angeles partner and Arts & Cultural Institutions leader Thad Stauber led the NP team in this unprecedented agreement with support from Washington, DC, partner Mike Cooney and Los Angeles partner Matt Grazier. SFMOMA opened to the public on May 14, featuring an expansive new addition displaying hundreds of pieces of postwar and contemporary art work from the Fisher Family.
  • Over A Dozen Firms Guided Largest Q1 Real Estate Deals
    Law360 | May 4, 2016
    The $390M purchase of a premier site within New York’s South Street Seaport Subdistrict by Oceanwide Center NY LLC, a subsidiary of Oceanwide Holdings Co., is among the 10 largest Q1 real estate deals. Nixon Peabody advised Oceanwide on the transaction. The coverage notes the deal team was led by partners Denise Pursley, Colette Dafoe and David Cheng.
  • Testimony for Progress
    Green Building & Design (gb&d) | May 1, 2016
    This feature article highlights the Washington, DC, office move and focuses on the sustainable aspects of the project while being smarter about the use of space. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is quoted.
  • Spend Your Vacation in an Old Model T Factory
    Bloomberg Pursuits | April 22, 2016
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon is included in this story about how former industrial sites such as a tractor depot, a Pabst bottling works, and a former Ford automobile plant are turning into luxury hotels.
  • 2nd Shoe Drops: HUD Warns Crime Screening May Violate FHA
    Law360 | April 22, 2016
    Washington, DC, affordable housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing disparate impact liability under the Fair Housing Act, explaining how the HUD Office of General Counsel (OGC) guidance applies those principals and raising some questions about the soundness of OGC’s position on criminal background screening.
  • This Group Wants Law Firms to Slash One Expense: Their Toll on the Planet
    Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business | April 22, 2016
    The feature story focuses on the Law Firm Sustainability Network and their new tool for law firms to measure how well they’re managing their energy output. Nixon Peabody is noted within the story as a member of the LFSN and Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk, one of our co-sustainability leaders, is quoted.
  • Do anonymous social media apps create Title IX violations on college campuses?
    ABA Journal | April 1, 2016
    Washington, DC, partner Michael Cooney is featured in this piece that looks at legal headaches for colleges caused by anonymous social media apps.
  • Paradigm Breaking
    Bisnow (DC) | March 31, 2016
    This feature story discusses the real estate considerations and decisions being made by associations and law firms, who account for almost half of office occupiers in Washington, DC. Commentary from Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is included.
  • Bond Lawyers Blast Proposed Political Subdivision Rules
    The Bond Buyer | March 10, 2016
    Washington, DC, Public Finance partner Mitch Rapaport is quoted in this article focused on the proposed political subdivision rules put forth by the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service.
  • Nixon Peabody Adds DOJ Vet to White Collar Group
    Law360 | March 2, 2016
    This feature story highlights the arrival of Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Tina Sciocchetti.
  • Law360 International Trade Editorial Advisory Board
    Law360 | February 29, 2016
    Washington, DC, partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero is highlighted in this article as part of Law 360’s 2016 International Trade editorial advisory board.
  • Two Nixon Peabody Affordable Housing Attorneys Join Partnership
    HousingOnline Weekly | February 3, 2016
    This article from the National Housing and Rehabilitation Association highlights Affordable Housing partners Meghan Altidor and Aaron Yowell for their election to the partnership.
  • First RAD Component 2 Deals Using PBRA Contracts Close
    Affordable Housing Finance | January 19, 2016
    Affordable Housing practice group leader Stephen Wallace and Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen are featured throughout this article highlighting Nixon Peabody’s successful closing of the first four Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Component 2 preservation projects using 20-year Sec. 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) contracts in the nation.
  • Nixon Peabody Adds Tax Partner from Squire Patton
    Law360 | January 15, 2016
    This feature story highlights the arrival of Washington, DC, securities partner Sean Clancy.
  • North Korea is Newest Frontier for a Daredevil Investor
    New York Times | January 14, 2016
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions group partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero is quoted in this article regarding investments in North Korea that may violate American sanctions.
  • Life Cycle Approach to Data Rights Can Help Contractors
    Law360 | January 14, 2016
    Boston IP Counseling & Transactions counsel David Crosby and Washington, DC, associate Harini Kidambi co-authored this column regarding implications arising from the 2015 Army Data & Data Rights Guide for military service professionals and other contractors.
  • Contracting Advocates Skeptical of Proposed Regulation Revision
    Inside Defense | December 24, 2015
    Washington, DC, Government Contracts partner Vince Napoleon provides commentary in this feature story on a proposed regulation meant to reduce constant submissions of pricing paperwork which has the right intent but may not solve the problem at hand.
  • Problems in DOD Plan to Reduce TINA Regulatory Actions
    Law360 | December 21, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the Government Contracts group Vincent Napoleon and Washington, DC, associate Nia Newton co-authored this column on the latest proposed amendments to the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement seeking to reduce unnecessary and repeated submissions of certified costs or pricing data pursuant to the Truth in Negotiation Act.
  • Congress Looks to Make Rents More Affordable
    Washington Post | December 21, 2015
    This article discusses the recent tax bill cleared by Congress, which makes the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit more generous and easier to finance the construction of affordable rental housing. Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein, one of the leading advocates, is quoted in the piece. The article notes that Nixon Peabody “has one of the nation’s leading legal practices that specializes in tax credits and real estate development.”
  • Can Multifamily Developers Fix the Affordable Housing Crisis?
    Real Estate Bisnow | December 4, 2015
    This feature story discusses Washington, DC’s efforts to improve the state of the city’s affordable housing. The topic was the main focus at Bisnow’s Multifamily Annual Conference. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk and Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace are featured within the story.
  • Beyond Green: Sustainability and the "Living Building" Challenge
    WAMU-Radio The Kojo Nnamdi Show | November 30, 2015
    The Washington, DC, office is featured in this radio segment on doing more than just “going green.” Our upcoming community solar array project is specifically highlighted.
  • New HUD Fair Housing Proposal: Broad Expansion of Harassment Claims, Scope of Liability?
    Law360 | November 23, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing a proposed Department of Housing and Urban Development rule clarifying two types of harassment claims under the Fair Housing Act and its potential impact.
  • Tax credit programs help provide incentive for preserving historic downtown buildings
    Crain's Detroit Business | November 14, 2015
    Partner and co-leader of the firm’s Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit team David Schon provides commentary throughout this feature article on how tax credit programs are driving the preservation of historic buildings.
  • Mission investing comes to the fore with recent announcements
    Rochester Business Journal | November 13, 2015
    Partners Jeff LaBarge and Mike Cooney co-authored this column on “mission” or “impact investing”—terms used to describe the deployment of philanthropic investment capital to advance charitable ends.
  • Credit Agricole Settlement Is Warning To Foreign Cos.
    Law360 | November 2, 2015
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Washington, DC, business department law clerk Anjali Vohra authored this column discussing a U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control settlement underscoring the high compliance expectations placed on firms, the benefit of timely and complete voluntary self-disclosures and the extraterritorial reach of the U.S. sanctions program.
  • Office Envy: Inside Nixon Peabody's Washington office
    CNBC Power Lunch | November 2, 2015
    Nixon Peabody is featured on CNBC-TV’s Power Lunch in the “Office Envy” segment which showcases unique and innovative office spaces.
  • Rainmakers Who Always Shine
    Diversity & the Bar | November 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Vince Napoleon, who leads the firm’s government contracts team, is profiled in this special section.
  • Despite Tough Times, Expansive Lobbies Thrive
    Bloomberg BNA | October 27, 2015
    Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk discusses our new office in this law firm real estate story. Jeff’s comments address a number of points including noting that we’re at a point where clients don’t appreciate offices that are heavy on opulence and how we aim to have our space serve multiple purposes—for clients and the community.
  • World Bank Tries Procurement Reform to Cut Corruption Risk
    Compliance Week | October 14, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Government Contracts team Vince Napoleon provides commentary in this piece on changes to the World Bank’s policies and procedures that will make the procurement process more consistent, transparent, and streamlined.
  • Mission Investing Invigorated
    Law360 | October 6, 2015
    Partner and leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations practice Mike Cooney and partner and Chief Innovation Officer Herb Stevens authored this piece discussing recent developments in the area known as “mission” or “impact investing”—terms used to describe the deployment of philanthropic investment capital to advance charitable ends.
  • 3rd Circ. Reins In Damages for Disadvantaged Business Fraud
    Law360 | October 5, 2015
    Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice group leader Dave Vicinanzo, partner Mark Molloy and associate Emily Crandall Harlan authored this column on curtailing an aggressive loss theory that held defendants to more than the government’s loss in some fraud cases.
  • In Split Victory for Contractors and Whistleblowers, Supreme Court Rejects Expansive Statute of Limitations Theory for False Claims Act Cases and Clarifies Application of Act's "First-to-File" Bar
    Pratt's Government Contracting Law Report | October 1, 2015
    This contributed column is authored by Boston Government Investigation & White collar defense partner Brian Kelly and Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Emily Crandall Harlan. Click here to read the full article.
  • Cell Phone Location Records Not Protected by Fourth Amendment
    ABA Litigation News | October 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Emily Harlan provides commentary in this piece noting that a cell phone user does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy over a cell service carrier’s records that do not reveal the content of any communications.
  • 3 Major Challenges of Franchising In Africa
    Law360 | September 16, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner Kendal Tyre and Washington, DC, associate Pierce Han authored this column discussing some of the major legal and business considerations to keep in mind when franchising in Africa.
  • Public-Private Partnerships—Is This a New Concept in Government Contracting?
    Government Contracting Law Report | September 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the Government Contracts team Vince Napoleon authored this column discussing the future of public-private partnerships (“P3s”) in government contracting. Washington, DC, department attorney Diana Vilmenay co-authored the column.
  • HUD's New Rule on Disclosure Requirements is a Good Start
    Law360 | August 24, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Tatiana Gutierrez authored this column discussing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s long-awaited proposed rule revising the process which governs disclosure requirements for HUD participants.
  • Nixon Peabody's Ultra-modern Office
    Bisnow | August 21, 2015
    The firm’s new Washington, DC, office is featured in this coverage. Office managing partner Jeff Lesk is quoted and pictured throughout the piece, as is the space itself.
  • The Vanishing FCPA ‘Facilitating Payments' Exception
    Law360 | August 13, 2015
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Emily Harlan and Boston partner and deputy leader of the Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice Danielle Pelot coauthored this article focusing on what companies doing business in foreign countries need to know about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s facilitating payments exception.
  • Are Private Institution Security Department Records Subject to Disclosure Under Public Records Acts?
    Privacy & Security Law Report | August 1, 2015
    This column discusses two decisions that demonstrate the competing considerations in determining whether private institutions’ campus security departments equate to public acts subject to public records laws. Mike Cooney, Chris Thomas, Steven Richard and Kacey Houston Walker authored the piece.
  • Nixon Peabody: Raising the green bar among the DC bar
    U.S. Green Building Council | July 31, 2015
    This feature story highlights our new Washington, DC, office and notes how it is at the green building forefront.
  • Nixon Peabody Unveils a Different Type of Law Office in DC
    The Boston Globe | July 23, 2015
    CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher and Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk are quoted throughout this feature story about the firm’s new DC office.
  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | July 20, 2015
    Washington, DC, Public Company Transactions associate Pierce Han has been named to the Board of Directors of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of the greater DC area.
  • HUD's New Regulation Affirmatively Furthers Fair Housing
    Law360 | July 17, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing long-awaited, final regulation implementing the Fair Housing Act’s “affirmatively furthering fair housing” (AFFH) provisions.
  • Experts discuss how green buildings are changing DC
    Elevation DC | July 7, 2015
    This feature story discusses how Washington, DC, has become a leader in the green building movement. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk and partner and chief innovation officer Herb Stevens are quoted and pictured in the piece.
  • Rule Change to Ease Export Controls in the Cloud
    Compliance Week | July 6, 2015
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero provides commentary in this article on new amendments to U.S. export control regulations that are on the horizon.
  • For Summer Law Interns, the Livin' Is Easy
    Wall Street Journal | July 6, 2015
    In this feature story on summer associate programs, Chief Innovation Officer Herb Stevens discusses how we differentiate our summer program from others through things such as Imagination Summer—which has our summer associates developing new business ideas and solutions for clients. A current summer associate is interviewed.
  • Tourists More Eager than Businesses to Embark on Cuba
    Rochester Business Journal | June 26, 2015
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero is quoted in this article on doing business in Cuba.
  • Supreme Court Affirms Disparate Impact in Fair Housing
    Affordable Housing Finance | June 25, 2015
    As the Supreme Court winds down its current term, Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly discusses the much-awaited decision comes in the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) v. Inclusive Communities Project (ICP) case involving low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
  • Justices Set Tougher Standard For FHA Bias Claims
    Law360 | June 25, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly provides commentary on the Supreme Court’s Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) v. Inclusive Communities Project (ICP) case decision involving low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
  • End of the Corner Office:  DC law firm designs its new space for millennials
    Washington Post | June 22, 2015
    This front-page feature article highlights our new office space in Washington, DC, and the vision behind this build-out. Several of our colleagues were quoted throughout the article. These colleagues include Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk, leader of our IP Counseling & Transactions practice Jeff Costellia, Syndication practice group leader Greg Doran, and Washington, DC, associates Cody Rogers, Paige Gentry, and Emily Feder.  This article has been picked up by a number of publications nationwide including Buffalo News, the Miami Herald and the Kansas City Tribune, just to name a few.
  • Are P3s The 'New' Thing in Government Contracting?
    Law360 | June 16, 2015
    Washington, DC, Government Contracts partner Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, IP litigation staff attorney Diana Vilmenay authored this column on the rising popularity of public-private partnerships as a form of government contracting.
  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | June 15, 2015
    Washington M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Kendal Tyre has been appointed to the Trade Advisory Committee on Africa (TACA), a U.S. federal advisory committee. The TACA provides the president of the United States with policy advice on issues involving trade and development in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • The Rising Tide of Suspensions and Debarments in Government Contracts
    Government Contracting Law Report | June 10, 2015
    In the second of this two-part column, Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Government Contracts team Vince Napoleon and Rochester Commercial Litigation counsel Kevin Saunders discuss the increasing the number of suspensions and debarments among government contractors.
  • GFOA Pushing Regulators on HQLA
    The Bond Buyer | June 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, Public Finance partner Mitch Rapaport is quoted throughout this piece on the Government Finance Officers Association’s efforts to galvanize public officials to pressure federal banking regulators into more permissive rules on municipal securities.
  • 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.
  • Anywhere but Here
    Site Selection | May 13, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner Alexandra Lopez-Casero is quoted in this article discussing why location matters for multinationals in light of the largest criminal fine ever paid in connection with an International Emergency Economic Powers Act prosecution.
  • A Look at IRS Plan for Contracts with Foreign Contractors
    Law360 | May 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Government Contracts team Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions associate Rob Trott coauthored this article discussing the Internal Revenue Service’s proposed regulations related to the assessment of a foreign contracts excise tax.
  • The Rising Tide of Suspensions and Debarments in Government Contracts
    Government Contracting Law Report | May 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Government Contracts team Vince Napoleon and Rochester Commercial Litigation counsel Kevin Saunders coauthored this column, the first of two in this series, on how the current environment is increasing the number of suspensions and debarments among government contractors.
  • When Do-Gooders Do Well
    Long Island Business News | April 1, 2015
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of our nonprofit organizations practice Mike Cooney is quoted in this article discussing best practices pertaining to nonprofit executive compensation.
  • Capitol Hill Hearing Testimony
    CQ Congressional | March 24, 2015
    The testimony of Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Public Companies Transactions practice John Partigan is highlighted. John testified at a Senate subcommittee meeting in support of the Senate bill (S. 576, Encouraging Employee Stock Ownership Act) to amend SEC Rule 701.
  • 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.
  • Upstate Poised for Revitalization if Leaders Act Boldly
    The Daily Gazette | March 22, 2015
    Washington, DC, Government Relations senior strategic policy advisor Tom Reynolds, along with 46 other business and civic leaders, published this opinion piece urging the New York State Legislature and the governor's commitment of financial resources to Upstate NY to spur revitalization.
  • DC Launches New Program to Encourage Green Business Practices
    Examiner.com | March 5, 2015
    Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is quoted in this article on the Smarter DC Challenge—an initiative seeking to facilitate private-sector development of sustainable practices by businesses and nonprofits. Nixon Peabody is noted as one of the program's participants.
  • How changes in Cuba embargo affect travel, banking, exports, more
    Rochester Business Journal | February 13, 2015
    M&A and Corporate Transactions partners Jeff LaBarge and Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Commercial Litigation counsel Alycia Ziarno authored this column on the business implications of easing Cuba sanctions.
  • Outgoing FDA Chief's Contentious Tenure Empowered Agency
    Law360 | February 5, 2015
    Washington, DC, Health Care and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk is quoted in this article discussing the legacy of departing U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg.
  • Growing Potential for P3 Infrastructure Development in Cuba
    Law360 | January 30, 2015
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation and Government Contracts partner Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, IP Litigation staff attorney Diana Vilmenay authored this column on the potential impacts of new developments in U.S./Cuba relations on Cuban infrastructure growth.
  • Confusion Persists Over Medical Marijuana Enforcement
    Law360 | January 21, 2015
    A team of Commercial Litigation attorneys including Albany partner Dan Hurteau, Manchester associate Anthony Galdieri, Albany associate Jena Rotheim and Washington, DC, associate Angela Buckner co-authored this article discussing the omnibus spending bill that allows for state implementation of existing medical marijuana laws.
  • Real Estate Pros Brace for NYC Inclusionary Zoning Rules
    Law360 | January 16, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this feature article discussing New York City's long-awaited revamped inclusionary zoning rules.
  • On the Board: Nixon Peabody LLP
    The American Institute of Architects Northern Virginia Chapter Newsletter | January 1, 2015
    The new Nixon Peabody Washington, D.C. office space is highlighted in this column.
  • 5 Takeaways from Latest OFAC Guidance on Russia Sanctions
    Law360 | December 22, 2014
    In this column, Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero discusses the Office of Foreign Assets Controls’ new FAQs addressing U.S. companies’ challenges in connection with the Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List from the U.S. sanctions against Russian business interests.
  • Insights on DOD's Final Counterfeit Parts Rule
    Law360 | December 15, 2014
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation partner Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, IP Litigation staff attorney Diana Vilmenay authored this column discussing the Department of Defense’s counterfeit parts rule.
  • What Makes a Great Neighborhood?
    Elevation DC | December 8, 2014
    This article discusses how Washington, DC, has in the past and is still working to build strong communities. The content of the article comes from the “Creating Great Neighborhoods” panel discussion hosted by Elevation DC and our DC office. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is quoted and pictured.
  • Wind River Case May Signal Change for Encryption Exports
    Law360 | November 20, 2014
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin and associate Emily Harlan authored this column on the settlement between the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and Wind River Systems Inc., and the larger implications that BIS may be tightening the reins on encryption exports.
  • Mitigating the Risk of Contractor Ethics and Compliance Violations
    Contract Management | November 14, 2014
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation and Government Contracts partner Vince Napoleon authored this article discussing consequences government contractors could face for failing to meet compliance and ethics obligations.
  • The Amazing Race Around DC
    Legal Bisnow (D.C.) | November 7, 2014
    The Washington, DC, office is featured for their annual Amazing Foot Race Challenge, which gets attorneys and staff up from their desks and outdoors. A daily clue sends DC colleagues looking for a historic landmark or monument within walking distance of the office.
  • Credit Card Information Security Issues in Franchising
    The Legal Intelligencer | October 31, 2014
    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Washington, DC, IP Litigation and Franchise & Distribution associate Keri McWilliams authored this piece discussing important data security issues for the franchise industry.
  • Wife Substituted Wrong Defendant
    Virginia Lawyers Weekly | October 28, 2014
    This coverage notes a Court of Appeals ruling nullifying a woman’s appeal of a trial court award under a prenuptial agreement in Loewinger v. Estate of Stephen Jay Loewinger. Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation partner Vernon Johnson is noted as counsel for the appellee.
  • Looser Rules Pave Way for NYC Affordable Housing Projects
    Law360 | October 2, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing partners Joe Lynch and John Kelly are quoted in this feature article on the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s plans to streamline affordable housing project development.
  • Shining Lights: Five Illustrious Industry Leaders Are the 2014 Inductees to the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame
    Affordable Housing Finance | October 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is prominently featured among this year’s Affordable Housing Hall of Fame honorees.
  • Export Control Implications of Cloud Computing
    The Export Practitioner | October 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero authored this column on the unique export compliance challenges cloud computing creates for users and providers.
  • Challenges Mount for Companies Doing Business in Russia
    Rochester Business Journal | September 26, 2014
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero is quoted in this column discussing the obstacles companies who do business with Russia are facing in light of sanctions against the country.
  • Russian Sanctions May Provoke Firesales
    Wall Street Journal | September 19, 2014
    Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero is featured in this Q&A on the economic impact of U.S. sanctions against Russia.
  • The Art of Dissolution, Winding Up, and Cancellation of a LLC
    Affordable Housing Finance | September 16, 2014
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation partner Le Dolan authored this column discussing the three stages of a limited liability company’s demise.
  • DOD Focusing On Competition: What Contractors Should Know
    Law360 | September 8, 2014
    Washington, DC, Government Contacts and Commercial Litigation partner Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation associate Katherine Bastian discuss new Department of Defense guidelines which contain various techniques and examples for developing acquisition strategies that combat constraint on competition.
  • Industry Leaders Head into Affordable Housing Hall of Fame
    Affordable Housing Finance | August 26, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is featured along with the four other inductees into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame.
  • Cloud Computing Poses Unique Export Controls Challenges
    Law360 | August 6, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero discusses how U.S. cloud users can stay compliant under the U.S. export control laws.
  • FDA's Biggest New Policies of 2014: Midyear Report
    Law360 | July 28, 2014
    Washington, DC, Health Care and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk is quoted in this forward-looking feature story on new rules and guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration making waves for drug and device makers.
  • The Biggest Banking Cases of 2014: Midyear Report
    Law360 | July 25, 2014
    This feature story focuses on some of the most prominent banking rulings and resolutions in 2014. DC Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin discusses BNP Paribas’ agreement to pay just under $9 billion to federal and New York state regulators to settle violation of U.S. sanctions claims.
  • 5 Takeaways From Latest US Sanctions Against Russian Cos.
    Law360 | July 22, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin discuss the latest round of U.S. sanctions against Russia and what these mean moving forward.
  • What's Trending with Mobile Medical Apps and Health IT?
    Bloomberg BNA Health IT Law & Industry Report | July 21, 2014
    Washington, DC, Health Care and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk authored this article discussing a potential new Food and Drug Administration framework for mobile medical apps and health IT. Click here to read the full article.
  • D.C. Circuit Upholds Attorney-Client Privilege In Internal Compliance Investigation
    Mondaq | July 21, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Danielle Pelot and Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar defense associate Emily Harlan authored this column discussing the DC Circuit Court's decision clarifying that an attorney-client communication is protected as long as “one of the significant purposes” of the communication is obtaining or providing legal advice.
  • Broad New Russia Sanctions Create Compliance Uncertainty
    Wall Street Journal | July 17, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero provides commentary on the latest round of sanctions against Russia by the president’s administration.
  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | July 15, 2014
    This coverage notes that Washington, DC, Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Christian McBurney has been elected chair of the Tax Section of the District of Columbia Bar Association.
  • BNP Paribas OFAC Settlement — Another Warning To Banks
    Law360 | July 10, 2014
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin and associate Lindsey Nelson authored this column discussing increased settlements involving violations of U.S. sanctions by major financial institutions.
  • Don't Miss It: Hot Deals & Firms We're Following This Week
    Law360 | July 10, 2014
    Gannett Co., Inc.’s acquisition of seven Texas television stations from London Broadcasting Company for $215 million is highlighted among the top deals this week. Nixon Peabody represented Gannett. The deal team noted in the coverage includes Public Company Transactions practice group leader John Partigan, Labor & Employment partners Brian Kopp and Michael Hausknecht, Tax partner Christian McBurney, Antitrust partner Gordon Lang and counsel Alycia Ziarno, and associates Tiana Butcher and Pierce Han.
  • Versar picks up J.M. Waller
    The Deal | July 2, 2014
    Client J.M. Waller Associates’ sale to Versar, Inc. is highlighted in this piece. The coverage notes J.M. Waller’s legal team led by securities practice group leader John Partigan and includes partners Brian Kopp and Christian McBurney; associate Pierce Han; and paralegal Alicia Rotella.
  • Complex Path Ahead in Post-Deadline FATCA Universe, Practitioners Say
    Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report | June 30, 2014
    Washington, DC, Public Finance associate Joel Swearingen discusses how the first round of reporting and withholding under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act will impact both the government and the financial industry.
  • Lawyers Weigh In On High Court's Software Patent Ruling
    Law360 | June 19, 2014
    Silicon Valley IP litigation partner Shawn Hansen and Washington, DC, IP Counseling & Transactions professional specialist Rob Pilaud provide commentary on the Supreme Court’s decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank ruling that computerized abstract ideas are not patent eligible.
  • Risk and Compliance: Dozens of Companies Report North Korea Gold in Supply Chain
    The Wall Street Journal | June 4, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero provides third-party commentary in this article on what corporations and businesses are doing as they discover that some of their products may include North Korean gold and the implications of this finding.
  • Carla Young Joins Nixon Peabody
    The Bond Buyer | June 3, 2014
    This feature story highlights the arrival of Washington, DC, Public Finance partner Carla Young.
  • Consequences of Criminal Convictions
    American Bar Association "Sound Advice" | June 1, 2014
    In this audio segment, Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin discusses the new and unfamiliar situations the guilty party may face.
  • A Look at Export Control Changes for Satellites
    Law360 | May 22, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin authored this column discussing how the decision by the U.S. government to remove commercial and scientific communications satellites from the U.S. Munitions List to the Commerce Control List eases export of these products.
  • 3 Things You May Have Missed In De Blasio's Housing Plan
    Law360 | May 15, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen discusses some of the less publicized measures, including supportive housing, of New York City Mayor De Blasio’s new, high-profile affordable housing plan.
  • IRS Issues Guidance Granting Transition Relief for Good-Faith Efforts Under FATCA
    Bloomberg/BNA Daily Tax Report | May 6, 2014
    This article focuses on new IRS guidance aimed at easing the transition into the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. Washington, DC, Public Finance associate Joel Swearingen provides commentary on the extension of the pre-existing obligation deadline as part of this guidance.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley's Whistle-blower Protections Reach Private Contractors
    The Corporate Governance Advisor | May 1, 2014
    This column discusses the Supreme Court’s interpretation of Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection to reach employees of public company's private contractors. Commercial Litigation partners Carolyn Nussbaum and Jon Sablone, Labor & Employment partner David Rosenthal and Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin authored the piece.
  • US Anti-Boycott Laws: Top 5 Things Exporters Should Know
    Law360 | April 29, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero authored this column discussing the key points that every U.S. exporter should know about the U.S. anti-boycott laws.
  • The Morning Risk Report: Companies Unprepared for Russia Sanctions
    Wall Street Journal | April 29, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero discusses new sanctions against Russia and few tools that companies can use to ensure compliance.
  • Managing Partner Roundtable
    Legal Bisnow (DC) | April 22, 2014
    Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is featured in this discussion with local office leaders on the changing legal landscape.
  • No More Export Licenses for Russia: Tips for Exporters
    Law360 | April 17, 2014
    Washington, DC, M&A/Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero authored this column discussing the issues raised for U.S. exporters resulting from the significant move by the U.S. government to stop issuing export licenses for dual-use and defense items to Russia.
  • Revamped Historic Building Credit a Boon to Savvy Hoteliers
    Law360 | April 11, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon discusses the use of the historic rehabilitation tax credit in the hotel industry.
  • Tax Reform's Pension Fund Surprise for PE Industry
    Law360 | April 9, 2014
    Washington, DC, Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Christian McBurney and Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations practice Mike Cooney discuss a new legislative tax proposal that targets state and local government pension funds.
  • Court Weighs Procedural Safeguards for Audio Playbacks to Jury
    American Bar Association Litigation News | April 4, 2014
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin discusses the impact of a court decision regarding replayed audio recordings.
  • "Reprocessed" and the Berry Amendment: When Domestic Preference Turns a Blind Eye to Common Usage
    Procurement Lawyer | March 21, 2014
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation and Government Contracts partner Vince Napoleon and Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation associate Angela Buckner authored this column discussing the Berry Amendment, which requires the Department of Defense to give preference in procurement to domestically produced, manufactured, or home-grown products.
  • Latest Ukraine-Related Sanctions Likely Won't Be The Last
    Law360 | March 18, 2014
    Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin and Government Relations counsel Doug Dziak discuss the likely series of government sanctions in response to the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
  • 5 Lessons Doctors Can Take From FDA's Big Stem-Cell Win
    Law360 | February 7, 2014
    Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk discusses the DC Circuit Court’s stem cell oversight decision.
  • Capitalizing on Compliance
    Investigations Quarterly | February 6, 2014
    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin co-authored this column discussing how private equity firms can prevent exposure and uncover value under government scrutiny.
  • Inside Clearstream's OFAC Settlement Agreement
    Law360 | February 4, 2014
    Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero authored this column discussing a $152 million settlement to resolve export sanctions while noting that the agreement highlights the sanctions risks faced by firms in the financial sector and need for a robust compliance program.
  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This coverage notes that Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation & Government Contracts attorney Vince Napoleon has been elected to the firm’s partnership.
  • LIHTC 2014 Outlook
    Tax Credit Advisor | February 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein discusses the outlook for low income housing tax credits in the coming year.
  • Overhaul Coming in July for Nonprofit Regulations
    Buffalo Business First | January 17, 2014
    Partner and leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations practice Mike Cooney discusses the New York State Nonprofit Revitalization Act.
  • The Churn
    Am Law Daily | January 7, 2014
    The arrival of Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions counsel Eric Jeffrey is highlighted in this column. The coverage notes Eric’s practice includes advising ocean common carriers, marine terminal operators and other entities involved in global trade.
  • Life Sciences Regulation and Legislation to Watch in 2014
    Law360 | January 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk discusses FDA’s involvement in laboratory-developed testing, momentum on biosimilars, and possible further guidance on developing tailored medications.
  • Big Issues to Watch in 2014
    Affordable Housing Finance | December 30, 2013
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Affordable Housing practice Steve Wallace discusses potential game-changing stories to monitor in 2014.
  • Top 10 Stories of 2013
    Affordable Housing Finance | December 23, 2013
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace contributes to this feature article focused on the biggest stories in the affordable housing industry in 2013.
  • How local businesses gave to charity in 2013
    Washington Post | December 23, 2013
    This article highlights charitable contributions of many Washington, DC–based companies. Nixon Peabody is among those organizations profiled.
  • Nixon Peabody's Quest for a New Kind of Office Space
    Washington Post | December 9, 2013

    Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk discusses the firm’s plans for office relocation in 2015. The new space is located within the heart of the economic center that neighbors areas where we have done many projects that are revitalizing and redeveloping.

  • Personalized Medicine Providers, FDA Has Your Back
    Law360 | December 8, 2013
    Boston Patents counsel Leena Karttunen Contarino and Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk authored this column discussing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s comprehensive personalized medicine report.
  • Tapping Into Malaysia's Aggressive Franchising Goals
    Law360 | November 26, 2013
    Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions partner Kendal Tyre and Washington, DC, Public Company Transactions associate Pierce Han authored this column discussing increased franchise potential in Malaysia.
  • Little Work at Theater
    Detroit News | November 18, 2013
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon discusses the historic National Theatre in Detroit and potential rehabilitation efforts to restore the property.
  • Takeaways from CFIUS' Latest Win in Court
    Law360 | November 12, 2013

    This column, authored by Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero and Washington, DC, Government Relations & Public Policy counsel Doug Dziak, highlights important takeaways from a District of Columbia federal court decision in favor of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States in a case against Chinese-owned Ralls Corporation.

  • 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.
  • Deconstruction Keeps Value and Dollars in DC's Neighborhoods
    Elevation DC | October 29, 2013
    Washington, DC, Energy & Environmental partner Elizabeth Whittle is featured in this article on “deconstructing” rather than demolishing a home. Read the full article here.
  • People on the Move
    Washington Business Journal | October 28, 2013
    This coverage highlights Washington, DC, Global Business & Transactions attorney Alexandra Lopez-Casero’s elevation to counsel.
  • Restaurant Owner Loses $1M Copyright Claim Over TV Show
    National Law Journal | October 23, 2013
    This coverage notes a California federal judge’s decision to dismiss copyright infringement claims against TV One LLC. TV One’s legal team was led by Los Angeles partners Thad Stauber and Sarah André, Washington, DC, partner Kendal Tyre, Los Angeles associate Michael Azat, and Washington, DC, associate Kenneth Nichols.
  • FDA's Stem Cell Oversight Faces Pivotal Test in DC Circ.
    Law360 | October 22, 2013
    Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk discusses the importance of a DC Circuit case focused on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s power to regulate stem cell therapy.
  • 5 Takeaways from FDA's Unique Device ID Rule
    Law360 | September 27, 2013
    Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk comments on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s final rule on unique device identification.

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