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Berger Harris partners Michelle Quinn and Brian Gottesman will be presenting a webinar entitled “Third-Party Legal Opinions in Corporate Transactions” for the Clear Law Institute on May 16, 2017 at 1pm Eastern. From the presentation page: Diligence is essential for practitioners drafting opinions on LLCs (and other alternative entities) to ensure they are accurate, complete and defensible. Counsel... more
Buddy Berger will moderate a panel on “Evaluation of the Office Market & What Tenants require today” at the Delaware Commercial Real Estate Forecast Summit on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Buddy has extensive experience in handling a variety of commercial real estate matters, including acquisitions, financing and leasing transactions. In addition to handling transactions at the “front... more
Sean Meluney has joined Berger Harris as an associate. Sean is experienced in trial and appellate litigation in all of Delaware’s state and federal courts. Sean’s practice includes areas of corporate, commercial, and business litigation. He handles complex litigation matters ranging from breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business divorce, partnership disputes, and securities... more
Berger Harris is a co-sponsor of the 24th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Society Breakfast on March 17, 2017. The Breakfast is held each year by the St. Patrick’s Day Society, an all-volunteer group. Its purpose is to raise funds for The Saint Patrick’s Center, a non-profit organization in Wilmington’s East Side dedicated to serving hot meals as... more
Berger Harris has made a contribution to Albert Einstein Academy‘s “Pi-Day Challenge”. The campaign, which runs for 24 hours beginning at 6 p.m. on March 13, 2017, is supported by a group of generous donors who are matching all contributions made by a factor of 3.14, up to a maximum of $100,000. Albert Einstein Academy... more