by Mark Axinn
As part of their estate planning, elderly shareholders often want to transfer their shares into an entity for the benefit of their adult children or their grandchildren. For a long time, boards have tended to bar shareholders from transferring their shares to trusts.
Phillips Nizer LLP announces another victory in favor of its client TKH Security (formerly Park Assist), and against its competitor Indect USA, Corp. The Phillips Nizer team received a favorable jury verdict following trial in the Southern District of California.
Fara Rodriguez was recently promoted to partner in our NY/NJ Metro Family Law practice.
Scott Piekarsky Quoted in the Cooperator News on How to Remove a Co-Op Shareholder or Condo Owner From Their Association or Building
Partner Scott Piekarsky was quoted in the Cooperator News in an article, “Removals, Ejections & Evictions in Condos & Co-ops.” Scott was asked for this thoughts on how to remove a co-op shareholder or condo owner from their association or building.
Regina Faul Facilitates Discussion on Employees Returning to Work at Ally Law Annual Meeting in Switzerland
Regina Faul, partner and chair of the Employment & Labor Practice, facilitated a table topic at the 2022 Ally Law AGM meeting in Switzerland on the subject of returning to work/office and employers' efforts and challenges to balance its needs and the needs of employees.
At the 2022 Ally Law AGM meeting in Switzerland which brought together Ally Law's member firms, Phillips Nizer managing partner Marc Landis was elected Vice President of the Ally Law Executive Board. In addition, partners Karen Monroe and Regina Faul presented at the event. Regina facilitated a table topic on the subject of returning to work/office and an employers efforts/challenges to balance its needs and the needs of employees.