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Greenberg Traurig, LLP 
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MetLife Building, MetLife Building, 200 Park Avenue
New York, New York  10166

(New York Co.)

Telephone: 212-801-9200
Facsimile: 212-801-6400
http://www.gtlaw.com



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About this office:

For more than four decades, Greenberg Traurig, LLP has delivered practical, business-focused solutions for clients, from emerging companies to Fortune 500 corporations. Our international network of offices provides a multi-disciplinary team with the strategic business, legal, and political experience required to solve the increasingly complex needs of regional, national, and global companies.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
ADA, Accessibility, Building & Life Safety CodesAdvertising, Marketing, Sweepstakes & Promotions Law
Antitrust & Trade RegulationAntitrust Litigation & Competition Regulation
AppellateAutomotive Dealerships
Banking and FinanceBiotechnology
Business DisputesBusiness Reorganization & Financial Restructuring
Catastrophe Planning & ResponseClass Action Litigation
Commercial LitigationConstruction Law
Corporate & SecuritiesCybersecurity, Privacy and Crisis Management
ERISA LitigationEducation
Emerging TechnologyEnergy & Natural Resources
Energy & Natural ResourcesEntertainment and Media
EnvironmentalEnvironmental & Toxic Tort Litigation
Federal Regulatory and Administrative LawFiduciary Litigation
Financial InstitutionsFinancial Regulatory and Compliance Group
Financial Services LitigationForeign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) & Global Anti-Corruption
Franchise & DistributionGaming
GlobalGlobal Aircraft & Equipment Finance and Leasing
Global Benefits & CompensationGlobal Energy & Infrastructure
Global Human Capital SolutionsGlobal Recovery
Global SecuritiesGlobalization & Commercialization
Government Contracts & ProjectsGovernment Law & Policy
Government LitigationGovernmental Affairs
Green Building & Sustainable DevelopmentHealth & FDA Business
Health Emergency Preparedness Task ForceHospitality
Hotels, Resorts & ClubsInsurance Recovery & Advisory
Intellectual Property & TechnologyIntellectual Property Litigation
International Dispute ResolutionInternational Trade Commission's Section 337 Litigation
Investment Regulation GroupLabor & Employment
Land DevelopmentLand Use
Life Sciences & Medical TechnologyLitigation
Media & Entertainment LitigationMergers & Acquisitions
Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & Health Care LitigationPrivacy and Data Security
Private EquityProducts Liability & Mass Torts
Project & Infrastructure FinancePublic Finance
Public InfrastructurePublic-Private Partnerships (P3)
Real EstateReal Estate Funds
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Real Estate Litigation
Real Estate OperationsRestructuring & Bankruptcy
RetailSecurities Litigation
Sports Facilities and Entertainment VenuesStructured Finance & Derivatives
Subprime & Mortgage MarketsTax
Tax & Business GroupTechnology, Media & Telecommunications
TransportationTrusts & Estates
Wealth ManagementWhite Collar Defense & Special Investigations
eDiscovery & eRetentioneDiscovery & eRetention


Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law, Admiralty Law, Agricultural Law, Aircraft Finance and Leasing, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Americans with Disabilities Act, Antitrust, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Aviation Law, Bankruptcy, Banks and Banking, Biotechnology, Broadcasting Law, Brownfields Redevelopment, Business Immigration, Business Law, Class Action Defense, Commercial Litigation, Communications Law, Constitutional Law, Construction Law, Consumer Finance, Copyrights, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Customs and International Trade, Education Law, Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation, Energy, Entertainment Law, Environmental Law, ERISA, FCC Licensing, FCC Regulation, Federal Government Law, Federal Legislative Law, Finance, Financial Institutions Law, Franchises and Franchising, Gaming Law, Government Affairs, Government Contracts, Governmental Law, Health Care, Immigration Law, Indians and Native Populations, Information Technology, Insurance Coverage, Intellectual Property, International Business Law, International Trade, Joint Ventures, Labor and Employment, Land Use, Legislative Practice, Litigation, Lobbying, Maritime Law, Mediation, Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Mining Law, Motion Pictures and Television, Multimedia Law, Music Law, Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Oil and Gas Law, Partnership Law, Patents, Privatization, Probate, Public Finance, Public Infrastructure, Public Utility Law, Railroad Law, Real Estate, Regulatory Law, Resorts and Leisure, Securities, Sports Law, Strategic Alliances, Structured Finance, Sweepstakes, Taxation, Telecommunications Law, Trade Regulation, Trademarks, Transportation, Trusts and Estates, White Collar Criminal Defense, Wills, Workouts, Zoning Law.


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New Immigration Standard Would Benefit US Employers, Start-Ups
Kate Kalmykov,Nataliya Rymer, March 9, 2017
On December 27, 2016, the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) issued a precedent decision in Matter of Dhanasar, 26 I&N Dec. 884 (AAO 2016), setting forth a new framework in connection with ­determinations of eligibility for waivers of the...

Nevada Supreme Court Departs From Ninth Circuit Ruling And Finds HOA Lien Statute Does Not Implicate Due Process
Jacob D. Bundick,Jennifer L. Gray,Michael R. Hogue, March 8, 2017
On Jan. 26, 2017, the Nevada Supreme Court issued a 5-0-2 decision in Saticoy Bay LLC Series 350 Durango 104 v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 5, holding that Nevada’s HOA “super priority” lien statute, NRS § 113.3116, et seq., (1) does not violate the due...

Revising the 2013 Reforms To The Not-For-Profit Corporation Law
Francis J. Serbaroli, March 6, 2017, previously published by New York Law Journal on January 24, 2017
In 2013, the New York State Legislature enacted and Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Nonprofit Revitalization Act1 (NRA), the most extensive set of revisions to the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law (NPCL) in more than 40 years. We summarized those revisions in an earlier Health Law column.2...




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