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Movers & Shakers

iHeart Radio | September 08, 2018

Manchester private equity and family office partner Phil Taub was featured in this podcast discussing his career at Nixon Peabody and the success of the “Swim with a Mission” charity event he founded. He will also be featured in a chapter of the book that will be published based on this podcast series.

The Need for Significant Change in Educational Funding in Massachusetts

Medium | August 08, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s Andrew Glincher and Julie Hancock Stande are graduates of Brockton High School, one of the schools negatively impacted by the existing state education formula. They say it’s time for the Commonwealth to take action. Read the article here.

Education funding

Bloomberg Radio | August 06, 2018

Managing Partner and CEO Andrew Glincher and Boston Affordable Housing and Real Estate associate Julie Stande participated in a news radio segment discussing Massachusetts’ education funding formula and why it needs to be updated. Both Andrew and Julie are graduates of Brockton High School, one of the school systems pushing for change. As a student, Julie was the named lead plaintiff in an equitable funding lawsuit (1998-2004) against the Commissioner of Education in Massachusetts.

Forming opportunity funds: Expecting startups by year-end

TaxCredit Advisor | July 01, 2018

Chief Innovation Officer Aaron Yowell, also a New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner, is quoted in this article discussing the pace of progress on forming opportunity funds. Click here to read the full article: “Forming opportunity funds: Expecting startups by year-end

IRS issues long-awaited guidance on donor-advised funds

Nonprofit & Government Times | June 30, 2018

Washington DC corporate partner Michael Cooney wrote this contributed article on donor-advised funds, a type of low-paperwork charitable trust, and how their use will change in light of new guidance and proposed regulations.

Is your workplace toxic?

Long Island Business News | June 29, 2018

Long Island labor and employment partner Tara Daub is quoted in this article about what companies can do to remove a toxic culture in the workplace.

Markets, platelets and jazz

Bloomberg Radio | June 29, 2018

Boston Labor and Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth appeared on Bloomberg Radio to discuss a Massachusetts equal pay law.

Legal implications of 3D printing in construction loom

Engineering News-Record (ENR) | June 28, 2018

San Francisco complex commercial disputes associate Aldo Ibarra wrote this contributed article on the legal implications of the increasing use of 3D printers in large-scale construction projects.

Mother pleads to be reunited with child

Boston Herald | June 28, 2018

In the following coverage, Nixon Peabody is mentioned as co-counsel, with the ACLU for an asylum applicant from Guatemala who is suing the U.S. government after she was forcibly separated from her 8-year-old daughter at the border.

Guatemalan seeking asylum sues for daughter’s return

Boston Globe | June 28, 2018

In the following coverage, Nixon Peabody is mentioned as co-counsel, with the ACLU for an asylum applicant from Guatemala who is suing the U.S. government after she was forcibly separated from her 8-year-old daughter at the border.

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