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By Colleen Caden, Maria Fernanda Gandarez, Avram Morell, Michael Cruse, Kimberly Grant, Valerie Aversano, Elaine M. Calderon, Liz Geddes, Meghan Lenahan, Elina Savinetskaya, Dina Weinstein
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has proposed a plan to require employers to pre-register for the H-1B cap selection system
By Ronald Shechtman
In a recent article for Forbes, Ronald Shechtman, Managing Partner of Pryor Cashman and a member of the Forbes New York Business Council, examined the unique opportunities and challenges facing midsize companies in today's market.
By Shveta Kakar, Daniel L. Kurtz, James S. O'Brien, Jr., Alex Goldberg
Pryor Cashman client, Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc., the largest women's Zionist organization in the United States, has defeated a lawsuit brought in the Southern District of New York ...
By E. Scott Schirick, Matthew Barkan
As previously covered by the FinTech Monitor, in March 2018 the SEC's Enforcement and Trading and Markets Divisions jointly issued a statement warning investors ...
By Bradley A. Kaufman
In what was named a "Lease Deal of the Week" by Commercial Observer, Pryor Cashman represented Williams Lea Tag, a marketing and business outsourcing company, in securing a full floor of new office space in...
By Jeffrey Johnson, Danielle L. Schechner, Todd Soloway, Michelle Blanter
sbe Entertainment Group, the owner of major hospitality brands including SLS, Delano, Mondrian, Hyde, Katsuya and Cleo, is expanding its footprint in South Florida with the addition of the SLS Resort
By Eric M. Fishman, Matthew Barkan
If you own a closely-held company—perhaps as a shareholder of a start-up corporation, or a member of a limited liability company or a partner in a limited partnership—you hope never to require our services.
By Bryan Mohler, Todd Soloway, Michelle Pham
The first half of 2018 has seen corporate mergers and acquisitions reach all-time highs in the United States and globally, a culmination of a strong M&A trend—exceeding $3 trillion—which has been building since 2015.
By William L. Charron
William Charron, Co-Chair of the Art Law Group, will be a speaker at the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) Conference in Seoul, South Korea.
By Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme, Giovanna Marchese
Writing for Managing Intellectual Property, Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme and Giovanna Marchese explore the circumstances ...
By Colleen Caden, Maria Fernanda Gandarez, Avram Morell, Michael Cruse, Kimberly Grant, Elaine M. Calderon, Meghan Lenahan, Dina Weinstein, Valerie Aversano, Liz Geddes, Elina Savinetskaya
A new proposal by the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) would mean extreme changes to the H-1B's lottery program.
By Joshua Zuckerberg
Under the new legislation, many states are requiring companies to have in place a sexual harassment prevention policy and training program.
By Todd Soloway
On the cusp of massive commercial redevelopment, the South Bronx is now viewed by many as the next Williamsburg or Long Island City.
By Todd Soloway
As commercial landlords in New York City look for ways to sweeten leasing deals for tenants who might otherwise be lured by the trappings of brand new, amenity-laden office buildings,
By William L. Charron
Restituting Nazi-looted artwork is and has been a moral objective since the conclusion of World War II.
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