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Marc Held Quoted For Surgical Center Class-Action Case

“Going into a hospital or surgery center for any type of procedure is scary enough. Leaving that very same place with an unwarranted long-term disease, that could cause liver failure, cancer or death, due to on-site negligence, is simply reprehensible,” Marc Held said.

Associated Press:Marc Held Quoted in Press For Protecting His Client WHo is Victim of Racism and Bribery

Booze cruise battle: Booted from NYC dock, owner sees racism By MICHAEL R. SISAKDecember 19, 2018 1 of 2 In this Nov. 30, 2018 photo, cruise boat owner Dwayne Braithwaite poses on his boat at a Brooklyn dock in New York. Braithwaite has filed a lawsuit alleging racism and accused the city contractor that runs the docks of punishing him for not paying kickbacks. The city and its contractor, Dock NYC, say Braithwaite and his vessels violated the terms of […]

NY Post: Marc Held, Partner at Held & Hines, LLP, Quoted Re: EQUINOX #2

“While it is evident that Equinox continuously does not take steps to protect its members from sexual assault, it is even more unconscionable that they would fire one of their own employees for speaking out about being a victim of the very same alleged sex crime that they repeatedly cover-up,” Alexander’s lawyer, Marc Held, said.

LAW360: Held & Hines, LLP’s UBER Class-Action Settlement Reported

Attys For NY Uber Drivers Seek $1M In Fees In Fare Cut Spat By Linda Chiem Law360 (August 29, 2018, 9:47 PM EDT) — Attorneys for Uber drivers asked a New York federal judge Wednesday to sign off on more than $1 million in fees and costs, and the $3 million settlement they negotiated in a proposed class action alleging the ride-hailing giant miscalculated taxes and deductions from drivers’ fares. Attorneys with Coburn & Greenbaum PLLC and Held & Hines LLP, […] Held & Hines’ Case Cited in American Lawyer Article Hughes Hubbard Silent on Practice Leader’s Public Exposure Charges Steven Hammond, co-chair of the firm’s international practice, faces charges of public exposure and lewdness in New York. By Roy Strom August 29, 2018 at 05:49 PM Hughes Hubbard & Reed partner Steven Hammond pleaded not guilty this week to misdemeanor lewdness and public exposure charges, according to news reports, related to allegations that he masturbated in a sauna in front of an employee at a high-end Wall Street gym. Hammond, 65, co-chairs Hughes Hubbard’s international practice […]

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