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Brown Moskowitz & Kallen Hosts Client Briefing with Economists Weinberg, O’Sullivan

September 24, 2019

In my three decades as a financial journalist I have been fortunate to interview a number of brilliant people who have educated me about how world finances and markets work. None has been more insightful than Carl Weinberg, who I first met more than 20 years ago when I was anchoring at CNN. That’s why […]

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Marshall Lester on Teaching Law in the Former Soviet Union

July 9, 2019

Warshaw Burstein partner Marshall Lester discusses his work as a teacher of international corporate law at programs in countries in the former Soviet Union. In this podcast he gives perspectives on the differences between American and overseas students, discusses their interest in U.S. law and offers insights into the fascinating regions in which he has […]

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D.C. Lawyers Advance Civil Lawsuit vs. Republic of Turkey Over Beating of Protesters on U.S. Soil

March 25, 2019

•Turkey Faces April Deadline to Respond in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia •Ankara Foreign Ministry Finally Served After Rebuffing Service Three Times ◊PODCAST COLD OPEN VERBATIM: You had a trained paramilitary force attack peaceful protesters. The people who were protecting President Erdogan came across police lines and beat up our clients, hit […]

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Warshaw Burstein’s Meryl Wiener on the SEC Examination Priorities for 2019

March 7, 2019

Warshaw Burstein partner Meryl Wiener examines the newly announced SEC Examination Priorities for 2019. She outlines what SEC registered entities, from established broker-dealers to newly-formed hedge funds, should consider in dealing with a routine examination by the SEC (as opposed to an examination for cause, which will be covered in a future podcast). Meryl notes […]

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From Zionist to Palestinian Advocate: One Lawyer’s Journey

January 31, 2019

Podcaster John Metaxas interviews veteran civil rights attorney Robert Herbst about his journey from his liberal Jewish upbringing to becoming an advocate for Palestinian rights. Bob says just as “Black Lives Matter in the U.S., Palestinian lives matter in Israel/Palestine.” He says his viewpoint changed significantly after what he calls Israel’s brutal 2014 Operation Protective […]

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Professor John Coffee of Columbia Law Joins Insider Trading Task Force

November 2, 2018

Professor John Coffee of Columbia Law School speaks with WallStreetNorth’s John Metaxas (Columbia Law ’84) about the state of insider trading law. Professor Coffee has been asked to join a task force to develop proposals to update this area of the law. The task force is to be chaired by former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara […]

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Slava Hazin on the Amazing Story of 99 Van Dam Street

August 2, 2018

Warshaw Burstein Partner Slava Hazin tells the decades-long story of 99 Van Dam Street, Warshaw Burstein’s advocacy for the building’s tenants and the Bankruptcy Court ruling that upheld the tenants’ rights of possession under the New York Loft Law. The ruling is significant because it is a decision of first impression holding that landlords cannot […]

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Michael Zukerman on New Markets Tax Credits

June 29, 2018

Warshaw Burstein Of Counsel Michael Zukerman speaks with John Metaxas about the details of real estate development using New Markets Tax Credits. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

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Warshaw Burstein’s Michael Zukerman on Low Income Housing Tax Credits

June 4, 2018

Warshaw Burstein Of Counsel Michael Zukerman speaks with John Metaxas about the details of development using Low Income Housing Tax Credits.   Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

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Hughes Hubbard’s George Tsougarakis on Pro Bono Recovery of Looted 9th C. Greek Manuscript

June 2, 2018

Hughes Hubbard & Reed partner George Tsougarakis tells WallStreetNorth’s John Metaxas the fascinating story of his firm’s recovery of a 9th Century handwritten copy of the New Testament that was looted from a monastery in northern Greece by Bulgarian soldiers during World War I and went missing for 99 years. Despite the voluntarily return of […]

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