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Hearing held to address concerns of Indonesian immigrants facing deportation

WMUR | October 20, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were quoted in the following coverage of Friday’s hearing regarding their pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

Florida utility borrowing $757 million to exit biomass power purchase contract

Bond Buyer | October 19, 2017

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as counsel to the underwriters in a deal involving the purchase of a Florida biomass facility.

The right-to-work movement

Long Island Business News | October 18, 2017

Long Island labor and employment partner Tara Daub provides commentary in this article on the National Labor Relations Board and a proposed right-to-work bill.

Bond insurance counsel leaders show resilience

Bond insurance, counsel leaders show resilience | October 17, 2017

This article mentions Nixon Peabody for ranking among the top ten bond counsel in Q3.

Executive interview with Nixon Peabody attorney Rudy Salo

Civic Business Journal | October 16, 2017

This Q&A features Los Angeles public finance partner Rudy Salo and highlights his educational background, career, legal practice and his outlook on the public finance sector.

The U.S. is withdrawing from UNESCO—What happens now?

Artsy | October 13, 2017

Washington DC tax credit finance and syndication partner Andrew Potts, a former executive director of the United States National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, is quoted in this article about the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw from UNESCO, the United Nation’s cultural organization, by the end of this year.

Lawyer artist and mom Niki Black talks about Art of Lawyering fundraiser

Democrat & Chronicle | October 12, 2017

Rochester commercial litigation partner David Tennant, who is also chair of the Art of Lawyering fundraiser, is quoted in this article about the organization’s upcoming silent auction to benefit the Volunteer Legal Services Project, which provides pro bono legal assistance to those in need in Monroe County. The auction will include several art pieces donated by the legal community.

Interest in historic preservation growing in Detroit

WDET-FM (NPR Detroit) | October 12, 2017

In this radio segment about the increase of rehabilitation investment and construction in Detroit over the past few years, Washington DC tax credit finance and syndication partner David Schon discusses how to take advantage of historic preservation tax credits for the city’s historical buildings.

Episode #799: Corporate! Income! Tax!

Planet Money by NPR | October 11, 2017

Washington DC M&A and corporate transactions partner Ken Silverberg is interviewed in this podcast about the proposed changes to the corporate income tax.

Academic medical center M&A may compromise research focus

Modern Healthcare | October 11, 2017

Long Island health care partner Lindsay Maleson provides commentary in this article about how research is affected when academic medical centers merge with larger nonacademic health care providers.

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