inbound investment/international: news
Herrick is significantly strengthening its Corporate Practice with the arrival of counsel Barbaros Karaahmet
November 2011 -- Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Barbaros Karaahmet, a prominent Turkish-American attorney based in New York, has joined the firm, bringing with him a dynamic and well-established practice. Mr. Karaahmet has significant experience in advising domestic and international clients on U.S-Turkey business ventures and will work with his Herrick colleagues to provide a full range of counsel and assistance on mergers and acquisitions, real estate, tax, private equity, corporate and project finance, and all types of cross-border litigation and transactions.
Regulators Eye Chinese Wall for Reverse Mergers
September 13, 2011 -- Compliance Week
Irwin Kishner notes that the major stock exchanges' regulations regarding companies that want to go public in the U.S. via a reverse merger are attributable to some highly publicized frauds and collapses of share prices among Chinese companies that employed reverse mergers. The major exchanges now require companies that want to go public via reverse mergers to to file annual reports with the SEC, list for at least a year on a regulated exchange and maintain a minimum share price.
Think Global, Stay Local: Working From Home
October 2008 -- American Lawyer
This feature includes Herrick as one of the most prominent American law firms doing significant international legal work without having offices overseas. It mentions our insurance and reinsurance work in the U.K., France and Germany; Japanese corporate practice; and international art practice.