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For media inquiries, please contact Brian Moynihan, Media Relations Manager, at bmoynihan@nixonpeabody.com or 617-345-1064.


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  • Shout-Out: Nixon Peabody Scores Win for Planet Fitness in Transgender Locker Room Suit
    American Lawyer Litigation Daily | January 13, 2016
    This feature story highlights the firm’s efforts securing a dismissal of transgender locker room policy lawsuit for client Planet Fitness. The Boston team of partner Art Pressman and associate Troy Lieberman are noted as counsel.
  • Law Firm Mergers Rose Again Last Year
    New York Times | January 7, 2016
    The firm’s combination with Ungaretti + Harris is noted in this feature story on 2015 law firm mergers included in the publication’s Dealbook section.
  • Five Questions With…
    Providence Business News | December 22, 2015
    Health Care partner and chair of the firms' Business & Finance department Steve Zubiago is featured in this profile. Steve addresses the changing health care landscape and working with clients to maximize their opportunities.
  • 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.”
  • Private Fund Regulation in 2015—SEC Levels Up
    Law360 | December 18, 2015
    Boston partner and deputy chairman of the Private Investment Fund Disputes team Stephen LaRose and Boston associate Kathleen Ceglarski Burns co-authored this article. The piece discusses how the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s focus on private fund advisers has shifted from learning and information gathering to examination and enforcement activity.
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