Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg Discusses the Decline on University Enrollments with the Martin Center for Academic Renewal

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · July 10, 2018
Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg discusses the reasons why college enrollment is decreasing in The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal's article, "A Worrisome Trend for Higher Education: Declining Enrollments." Click here to view the article. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is President Emeritus and University Professor of

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Social Investing and ERISA Plans: The Context is Significant, Published in Plansponsor by Rimon’s Thomas White

Insight Thomas M. White Thomas M. White · June 25, 2018
In a June 22 article titled “Social Investing and ERISA Plans: The Context is Significant,” Rimon’s Thomas White analyzed a recent DOL Field Assistance Bulletin to guide fiduciaries of ERISA plans who are considering investment in environmental, social and governance (ESG) funds. Click here to view the article. PLANSPONSOR

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Bloomberg Law Interviews Rimon Partner, Marc Kaufman, About Blockchain Patent Strategy

Insight Marc Kaufman Marc Kaufman · June 21, 2018
Rimon's Patent Strategy Partner, Marc Kaufman, talks about blockchain patenting strategies and how companies can prevent the risk of patent litigation as the patent war for blockchain takes off.  Marc Kaufman concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting, managing and

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ICOs: “One Giant Leap for the SEC?”

Insight Dror Futter Dror Futter · June 19, 2018
William Hinman, Director of the SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance, announced last week that Ether was not a security.  He also provided the broadest look yet as to how the SEC analyzes ICOs. FinTech Partner, Dror Futter analyzes what it all means in the article below. Read the full article here. In addition to a

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Rimon’s David Fruchtman Featured in International Tax Review’s Article on the S. Dakota v Wayfair Case currently in the U.S. Supreme Court

Insight David A. Fruchtman David A. Fruchtman · June 15, 2018
In the International Tax Review's article on the S. Dakota v Wayfair, Rimon Tax Partner David Fruchtman's input is featured on this U.S. Supreme Court upcoming decision with state and national implications on sales tax.  Click here to read the article. David A. Fruchtman, JD, Chair of Rimon’s State and Local

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Blockchain Patent Race Is on, but Hurdles Await

Insight Marc Kaufman Marc Kaufman · June 13, 2018
Rimon Patent Prosecution Partner, Marc Kaufman, talks about blockchain patenting strategies and how the community nature of blockchain technology makes it hard to define the scope of inventions. Click here to view the article. Marc Kaufman concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting,

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Wealth Planning for Longer Lifespans: Rimon Partner Patricia Annino in Barron’s

Insight Patricia Annino Patricia Annino · June 13, 2018
Rimon’s Trust and Estate Partner, Patricia Annino, contributed her insights to a discussion of how the current increased life expectancy has to be taken into account for future family financial planning — and the difficulties that can arise when families don’t have a clear plan for dealing with cognitive decline. Click here to

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Rimon’s Michael Moradzadeh Writes in the American Bar Association Journal about How Law Firms Need to Adapt for Millennial Partners

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · June 01, 2018
In this ABA Journal article, Rimon’s CEO, Michael Moradzadeh, writes how law firms need to adapt in order to meet the expectation of millennials, who are now rising in the ranks within these law firms. He explains how Rimon Law developed its business model based on these shifting expectations and technology, resulting in an ability to attract

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Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg Writes in Higher Education About What It Takes to Be a University President Today

Insight Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · May 30, 2018
Writing for Times Higher Education, Rimon’s Stephen Trachtenberg discusses the evolving role of the university president and the new challenges that role now entails. He provides an overview of the management style, attitude, and abilities required to run universities in a durable and economically healthy way. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is

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Trust Owned Family Enterprises: Pitfalls and Practical Suggestions When Naming Trustees Who Also Serve on Board of Directors

Insight Patricia Annino Patricia Annino · May 10, 2018
Trusts and Estates Partner, Patricia Annino, shares her insight on the complicated situation occurring when the family enterprise is owned in trust and the trustees simultaneously serve on the Board of Directors. Read the full FFI article here.  “It is, of course, interesting to note (and not unusual) that the

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