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Nixon Peabody expands Corporate practice leadership for Investment Funds and Tax teams

April 07, 2021

Nixon Peabody’s Joshua Sharp named as ‘Up & Coming Lawyer’ by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

April 01, 2021

Nixon Peabody expands its Chicago office with the addition of commercial real estate partners James Mayer and Michael Kuppersmith

March 10, 2021

Nixon Peabody expands its environmental team with the arrival of Elizabeth M. Morss to the firm’s Albany office

March 04, 2021

Nixon Peabody LLP partner Ethan Trull joins International Association of Defense Counsel

March 03, 2021

Nixon Peabody’s intellectual property attorneys recognized as leaders in 2021 WTR 1000

February 22, 2021

Nixon Peabody expands fund formation team on the West Coast with the addition of Richard Shamos

February 22, 2021

Nixon Peabody appoints Tara Daub and Benjamin Kim to lead Labor & Employment practice

February 18, 2021

Nixon Peabody attorneys recognized by Chambers Global as “Leaders in their Field”

February 18, 2021

First in the legal industry with its Diversity Challenge, Nixon Peabody now awards diversity activities with billable hour credit

February 17, 2021

Nixon Peabody elevates 12 attorneys across practice areas to counsel

February 16, 2021

Nixon Peabody secures summary judgment win for the Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania in federal court

February 05, 2021

Law firm Nixon Peabody LLP elects Stephen D. Zubiago as CEO and Managing Partner

February 01, 2021

Nathan Warecki named as one of New Hampshire’s ’40 Under Forty’ by the Union Leader

January 29, 2021

Nixon Peabody advises TEGNA Inc. in its acquisition of Locked On Podcast Network

January 29, 2021

Nixon Peabody achieves perfect “Corporate Equality Index” score from Human Rights Campaign for 15th year in a row

January 28, 2021

Nixon Peabody establishes State Attorneys General practice team

January 28, 2021

Nixon Peabody promotes nine attorneys to partner in 2021

January 26, 2021

Nixon Peabody advises ThoughtWorks in its European expansion

January 25, 2021

Nixon Peabody’s 18th MAC Survey tracks exception relating to pandemics for the first time

January 14, 2021

Recent Media Highlights

Weed and the workplace: What legalization could mean for testing, possession, and use

WROC-TV | March 29, 2021

The following television news segment on New York State’s pending marijuana legalization bill quotes Rochester Labor & Employment partner Kim Harding on how the enforcement of marijuana in the workplace will likely be similar to alcohol.

Key points to consider as employers start bringing back employees to the workplace

Newsday | March 25, 2021

Long Island Labor & Employment counsel David Tauster is quoted in this story on business reopening in the region for his outlook on accommodation considerations and preparation time for employers.

Amazon's new telehealth service is coming to Massachusetts this summer

Boston Business Journal | March 24, 2021

This article on Amazon’s plan to offer its own telehealth service to the company’s Massachusetts workers this summer quotes Washington, DC Health Care counsel Sarah Swank on potential telehealth challenges once temporary cross-state provider licenses expire 30 days after the state of emergency ends.

What's at stake as high court tackles union access case

Law360 | March 19, 2021

This article, focused on a case of whether a California regulation requiring growers to let union organizers on their property is unconstitutional, quotes San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Bonnie Glatzer on governmental policies and ways that the court could address the issue.

Employers face new risks as business travel returns

Law360 | March 16, 2021

This article on the risks employers face as business travel returns quotes Labor & Employment deputy practice group leader and OSHA practice chair Ben Kim, of Los Angeles, and San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Rachel Conn on the realities of a shifting office environment.

AI Advisors Suggest Better Ways to Build

Engineering News-Record | February 10, 2021

In this article on artificial intelligence and technology innovations in construction, San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Aldo Ibarra and associate Tracy Ickes are quoted extensively for their outlook on accommodating new technologies in contract language, shifting risk to tech companies, better risk assessment for emerging AI advisors, and how tech vendors license to their users.

As Nixon Peabody Considers West Coast Growth, New Leader Steps In

The American Lawyer | February 01, 2021

The following article features Managing Partner and CEO Steve Zubiago’s appointment to the helm of the firm, highlighting his leadership of the Business & Finance Department over the past decade as well as some of his initial priorities in his new role. Senior Chairman and Partner Andrew Glincher is also quoted extensively on his proudest accomplishments during his tenure.

Hospitals See Opportunity, Risk in Ambulatory Surgery Centers

Modern Healthcare | January 25, 2021

This article on the increasing trend among hospitals to invest in ambulatory surgery centers extensively quotes Los Angeles Health Care partner Jill Gordon and Washington, D.C. Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Adam Tarosky for their outlook on the Department of Health and Human Services’ updated anti-kickback statute, joint ventures among hospitals and ASCs, and a hospital’s ability to attract and retain top surgeons.

New York Takes Next Step Toward Legalizing Recreational Marijuana—How you can best prepare for and benefit from legalized recreational use

Cannabis Business Executive | January 13, 2021

Following New York’s reintroduction of a bill that would legalize and tax adult-use recreational marijuana, Rochester Corporate partner and Cannabis practice co-leader Lori Green, New York City Complex Commercial Disputes associate Catherine Savio, and Rochester Corporate associate Brandon Coyle contributed this article highlighting key focus areas for those looking to enter the potential new industry.

$900 Billion Stimulus Throws a Rope, but Retail Needs More

Women’s Wear Daily | January 06, 2021

Los Angeles Intellectual Property partner Staci Riordan, leader of the firm’s Fashion practice, is quoted in this article on how the new stimulus legislation, as well as changes in Congress, could impact retailers.

A Spanish Museum Can Keep a Looted Camille Pissarro Painting, an Appeals Court Rules

Artnet News | August 18, 2020

This article discusses a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that unanimously affirms that NP’s Spanish client, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation, is the rightful owner of a prominent artwork by Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro. The article quotes Los Angeles Complex Commercial Disputes partner and Arts & Cultural Institutions team leader Thaddeus Stauber on the decision. The NP team also includes Complex Commercial Disputes partner Sarah Andre, Intellectual Property counsel Aaron Brian, and Labor & Employment associate Irene Scholl-Tatevosyan, all of Los Angeles. Click here to read the article.

Has Covid-19 And Its Accelerated Work-From-Home Experiment Permanently Changed The Future Of Cities?

Forbes | July 31, 2020

In this contributed article, Los Angeles Project Finance & Public Finance partner Rudy Salo discusses how COVID-19 and the forced work-from-home experiment may have permanently changed the future of cities as the epicenters of the economy.

'Not a black-and-white issue:' Legal, business implications of facial recognition tech

Boston Business Journal | July 30, 2020

Boston Intellectual Property associate and deputy leader of the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity practice group Troy Lieberman was featured in a Q&A for his outlook on facial recognition technologies in light of Boston Mayor Martin Walsh recently signing into law a ban on government use of these technologies in the city.

5 ERISA Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2020

Law360 | July 29, 2020

San Francisco office managing partner and Corporate partner Karen Ng was quoted in this article for her outlook on the federal government’s interest in Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association v. California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program, and the rise in ERISA privacy and cybersecurity lawsuits in Harmon et al. v. Shell Oil Co. et al.

Hospitals can transfer patients’ medical debt to RIP Medical Debt, regulators say

Modern Healthcare | July 28, 2020

In this article on the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General’s advisory opinion that will expand national nonprofit and client RIP Medical Debt’s services, Long Island Health Care partner Michele Masucci is quoted on the legal nuances of the advisory opinion and anti-kickback concerns.

ANALYSIS | 42 CFR Part 2 Rules Changes a Welcome Sign for Many Providers

Behavioral Healthcare Executive | July 22, 2020

This story features New York City Health Care associate Jena Grady for her outlook on the Department of Health & Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s final rule to 42 CFR Part 2 relating to substance use disorders.

How fashion companies can reduce litigation risks and strengthen compliance

New York Law Journal | July 22, 2020

New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Schnapp and Los Angeles Intellectual Property partner, Litigation Department vice chair, and Fashion practice leader Staci Riordan co-authored this article on developing robust compliance programs for fashion companies, especially as COVID-19 has created disruptions in supply chain management.

Microbiome therapeutics and patent protection

Nature Biotechnology | July 08, 2020

Boston Intellectual Property partner Mark FitzGerald co-authored this journal article on microbiome therapeutics, and how two U.S. Supreme Court decisions have redefined the scope of which natural phenomena—including microbiome therapeutics—are patent eligible.

“Execution Mode” – Tax equity scopes out carbon capture

Power Finance & Risk | July 02, 2020

New York City Project Finance & Public Finance partner and Energy & Infrastructure Projects co-leader Ellen Friedman is quoted in this article for her outlook on how the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service’s recent guidance on 45Q tax credits will launch innovative carbon capture projects. Ellen is also mentioned for advising OGCI Climate Investments LLP to develop a large-scale carbon capture facility.

Investigators target fraud that exploits rural hospitals

Modern Healthcare | July 01, 2020

Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian French is quoted in this article for his outlook on why rural hospitals are easy targets for billing fraud, and which communities are at most risk to be targeted.

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