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Anderson Kill was founded in 1969 on the principles of integrity, excellence in the practice of law, and straightforward solutions to complex legal issues. The firm’s attorneys approach engagements aggressively, and have earned a reputation for combining corporate polish with pugnacity. The firm maintains offices in New York, NY, Ventura, CA, Stamford, CT, Washington, DC, Newark, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA, but the attorneys travel around the country and around the world to handle all types of matters. Anderson Kill attorneys work together, leveraging creativity and legal and business acumen to deliver cost-effective resolutions to clients’ problems. Many of the firm’s professionals are recognized experts in their practice areas, leaders and active participants in professional associations, and are frequently invited to speak to business organizations.

Anderson Kill clients include some of the nation’s largest public and private entities, including companies in financial services, retail, oil/gas, telecommunications, construction, food supply, technology, pharmaceutical and life sciences, and utilities, municipalities and state governments, religious and not-for-profit organizations, small companies and individuals. Anderson Kill prides itself on attracting and retaining intelligent, personable and well-rounded attorneys. Smart attorneys with sharp skills, excellent client service, and a track record to prove it: that is the Anderson Kill difference.

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Practice Areas:
Bankruptcy, Food & Beverage, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment, Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions, Taxation, Taxation (member/nonmember income)

Our Featured Attorneys:
Marshall GilinskyDiana Shafter GliedmanJoshua Gold

Our Featured Articles:
Minimum “Exempt” Salary Threshold Raised and Millions of Additional Workers Entitles to Overtime – July 2016
Hospitality & Gaming Risk Management – April 2016
What Counsel Must Do to Maximize Insurance Coverage – December 2015
Matching Your EPLI to Your Actual Employment Risks – November 2015
Contracts with Insurance Brokers: Do’s and Don’ts – September 2015
Don’t Settle Away Your Liability Insurance – August 2015
NYC Enacts Law Banning Credit Screenings for Most Job Applicants – August 2015
Ten Things to Consider when Terminating an Employee – June 2015
Insurance Coverage For Possible Ebola Claims Involving Hospitality Businesses – May 2015
Public-Private Partnerships and the Hospitality Industry – April 2015
Is Your Employment Practices Liability Insurance Covering the Right Risks? – September 2014
New Jersey Joins NYC, DC and Oregon in Prohibiting Discrimination Against Unemployed – July 2014
Captive Insurance: A Growing Trend for Financial Institutions Looking to Enhance their Risk Management – May 2014
Insurance Recovery for Business Interruption & Slowdown – April 2014
NRLB Finally Punts on Rule Requiring Posting of Right to Unionize Notice – January 2014
Maximizing Insurance Recovery for Employee Crime – October 2013
Insurance Coverage for Hotels Facing Fungi and Bacteria Claims – May/June 2013
AKO Hospitality Alert – March/April 2013
Uninvited Liability: How Hotels Can Mitigate Risks to Non-Guests – Jan/Feb 2013
Maximizing Coverage for Additional Insureds in the Hospitality Industry – Jan/Feb 2013
Obtaining Full Coverage for Your Hurricane Sandy Insurance Claim: 8 Basic Tips – November 2012
New York City’s “Zone Green” Can Benefit Hotel Operators – October 2012

Our Featured Resources:
Infographic – 10 Tips to Maximize Insurance Recovery of Cyber-Related Losses
Infographic – 5 Practical Tips to Maximize Your D&O Liability Insurance
Video – Stephen Barth Interviews Marshall Gilinsky at 2013 Hospitality Law Conference

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