October 7, 2014
Kevin Fullington appeared on the Consultants Corner segment of NY1 News' Inside City Hall to discuss Governor Cuomo's reelection campaign, the race for Staten Island's 11th Congressional district and President Obama's campaigning efforts for Democratic Congressional candidates.
He Started as an Intern, Now He is a Partner
October 7, 2014-- Turk of America
Barbaros M. Karaahmet, partner and Co-Chair of the Turkish practice group, was interviewed by Turk of America about his professional career path. In the article, Mr. Karaahmet discussed his legal education and career, including a particularly memorable deal he worked on for a major Turkish Real Estate Developer in New York City’s diamond district where the client built the largest jewelry mall in New York. Additionally, he offered advice for young lawyers seeking to practice business law in the U.S. and commented on the outlook of shared business interests between the U.S. and Turkey.
Looser Rules Pave Way For NYC Affordable Housing Projects
October 2, 2014 -- Law 360
Herrick Senior Planning and Development Specialist Jennifer Dickson was quoted in Law360 on the recent announcement made by New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development regarding a streamlined development process for affordable housing projects. Jennifer said, “it's exciting to start to see specifics of the plan,” while also commenting on the plan’s complexity and its impact on architects and developers with little experience in this area. “I think they will be looking to the city agencies to continue to guide them,” she added.
Herrick Develops Customized Transaction Structure to Assist Ubiquity, Inc. Ahead Of Potential Nasdaq Listing
October 3, 2014
New York, NY – October 3, 2014 – Herrick, Feinstein LLP announced today that it developed a customized transaction structure for Ubiquity, Inc. (OTCBB: UBIQ, “the Company”), which addressed potential adverse selling pressure in the Company’s common stock and allowed it to move forward with its plan to seek an “uplisting” to NASDAQ. The transaction structure may be employed on behalf of public companies with a range of complex and stepped shareholder classes.