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- 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.