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  • Residential Cooperatives May Now Get Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans
    1/6/2021 | By: Marc J. Luxemburg, Esq. | Jay L. Hack, Esq.

    The most recent federal Coronavirus stimulus law, finally signed on December 27, 2020, extends the PPP loan program to residential cooperatives.

  • The Tariff Wars: You’re Going to Need a Drink
    12/10/2020 | By: Asher Rubinstein, Esq.

    The United States and the European Union are in the midst of a damaging game of retaliatory tit-for-tariff.  Since October 18, 2019, wine, Scotch and other alcoholic beverages from the EU are now subject to a 25% tariff at US ports.  Our clients across the wine, spirits and hospitality industries are all feeling the effects, from the importers who source the products abroad, to the retailers, restaurateurs and ultimate US consumers.  There is widespread hope that a new administration in the White House will take a different path.  Both the US and EU have significant incentives to end their underlying disputes - - which are not over beverages, but instead pertain to government subsidies of domestic aircraft industries - - and remove the tariffs altogether.

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  • After a long slumber, many restaurants are emerging from hibernation
    04/09/2021 | https://www.restaurantbusinessonline.com/operations/after-long-slumber-many-restaurants-are-emerging-hibernation

     “Among the list is paying attention to PPP loan compliance and recordkeeping, keeping a good relationship with landlords, hiring  issues and paying attention to health and safety compliance.” - Asher Rubinstein

    Richard Roman, co-owner of the massive restaurant near the top of Chicago’s John Hancock Center, stood in the dining room in mid-March 2020 fighting back tears.

    Almost the entire 200-person crew from the Signature Room at the 95th, some of whom had been there for nearly 30 years, had been laid off. The wine was put into storage but nearly everything else had been cleared out. All of the equipment in the back of house was shut down.

    The restaurant was going into hibernation mode—but nobody knew for how long. And Roman and his business partner had just signed a 10-year extension on their lease.

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  • Coronavirus Legal Blog
    03/15/2021 | By: GDB Attorneys

    Visit our Coronavirus legal blog -- updates and insights on the changing legal landscape due to the coronavirus. Learn about new legislation, proposals and get analysis from our experienced attorneys regarding a variety of legal changes that are occurring on a daily basis and that affect both businesses and individuals. 

  • Andrew Berks Joins Gallet Dreyer & Berkey As Partner
    03/01/2021


    Andrew Berks joins Gallet Dreyer & Berkey as a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property Law practice, where he focuses on patent law, intellectual property transactions, and patent prosecution.

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  • David T. Azrin named to 2021 Top-Rated Labor & Employment Attorneys
    06/07/2021





    Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP is pleased to announce that Martindale-HubbellTM and ALM Media have named our Partner David T. Azrin, Esq., to its esteemed roster of 2021 Top-Rated Labor & Employment Attorneys.

  • GDB Law Practical Guides: Asset Protection for Doctors
    08/17/2020

    There is no risk to bring a lawsuit against a doctor on contingency, and patients are incentivized to sue because doctors are viewed as “deep pockets.” Doctors who engage in asset protection before the threat from the patient are in a more favorable position to retain their assets.

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