... Mark S. Cohen and Jonathan S. Abernethy, partners at Cohen & Gresser, and Elizabeth F. Bernhardt, counsel at the firm, write that in...
Mark S. Cohen and Jonathan S. Abernethy, partners at Cohen & Gresser, and Elizabeth F. Bernhardt, counsel at the firm, write that in three prominent enforcement actions in 2012 - against ING, Standar
...Eric Weber, tax. Cohen & Gresser has promoted to partner Jonathan Abernethy...
...To Quit or Not to Quit? Cohen & Gresser's Alexandra Wald and Nathaniel P. T. Read discuss recent decisions...
Cohen & Gresser's Alexandra Wald and Nathaniel P. T. Read discuss recent decisions construing "notice" provisions and the implications of enhanced notice provision enforcement for the departing emplo
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Richard Braun said he "regrettably" concluded that the state Court of Appeals settled the pay question in 2010 in a way that left the Legislature free to decide what r
...F. Black: Mark S. Cohen, Sandra C. McCallion, Jonathan S. Abernethy, Cohen & Gresser LLP, New York, NY. For Defendant-Appellee...
The panel acknowledged that the evidence was conflicting, but said that at the summary judgment stage all inferences must be drawn in favor of the SEC, and the case against Nelson Obus and two allege
Lawrence T. Gresser, co-founder and managing partner of Cohen & Gresser, and Elizabeth F. Bernhardt, counsel at the firm, study the oral arguments, with the benefit of perfect hindsight, to try to se
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