Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads

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Main Office: Philadelphia
Participating Offices: Cherry Hill, NJ; Philadelphia
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Firm News

New York Times
The Business Downstairs: Plus or Minus?New York Times“I run into a lot of these disputes,” said Phyllis H. Weisberg, a chairwoman of the cooperative and condominium law practice at Montgomery McCracken Walker and Rhoads. “Commercial tenants have different wants and needs than the residential occupants, ...
New York Post
William Kaufman adds three new tenants at 437 Madison Ave.New York PostMunich American Reassurance Co. has signed for 18,650 square feet, moving from 1177 Sixth Ave. Eos Management took 9,576 square feet. And. law firm Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads is expanding by 7,458 square feet, bringing its total in the ...
Commercial Property Executive
Manhattan Trophy Building Welcomes New TenantsCommercial Property ExecutiveThe third lease consists of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP's 7,458-square-foot office expansion. The firm will occupy a total of 35,755 square feet on the entire 23rd and 24th floor. The 850,000-square-foot, Class A building comprises 40 …Munich American and two other firms sign leases at WKO's 437 MadisonReal Estate Weeklyall 2 news articles »
Commercial Observer
Reinsurance Firm Grows NYC Presence With 19K-SF Lease at 437 Madison AvenueCommercial ObserverMontgomery McCracken—which inked its initial 28,297-square-foot direct lease at the building in December—had no broker on its deal. Sage Realty's Lenchner attributed William Kaufman's recent success in leasing up 437 Madison Avenue to a recently ...and more »
The Legal Intelligencer
People in the News—June 9, 2017—Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & AughtryThe Legal IntelligencerMontgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads attorneys Katheryn Eisenmann and Janice G. Dubler and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization Inc. senior corporate counsel Monica Hennessy presented at the Association of Corporate ...
The Legal Intelligencer
Hafer's Plea Deal a 'Sensible' Defense Strategy, Observers SayThe Legal Intelligencer... that kind of money and in the end it seems like the plea agreement that was struck was as favorable a plea agreement as she was going to get," said Mark B. Sheppard, co-chair of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads' white-collar defense practice.and more »
This Week's NY Deal SheetBisnowLaw firm Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads expanded its lease by about 7,500 SF, bringing its total footprint to 36K SF. And Eos Management committed to a 10K SF lease for part of the 14th floor. Sage Realty Corp., WKO's leasing arm, repped the ...
The Pennsylvania Record
Carpenter Technology says former employee took trade info before leaving to work for competitorThe Pennsylvania RecordPHILADELPHIA — A Bridgeville company is suing Oerlikon Metco (US) Inc. and James H. Ryan, alleging breach of contract for misuse of trade information. Carpenter Technology Corporation filed a complaint on May 25 in U.S. District Court for the Eastern ...
The Pennsylvania Record
Pennsylvania insurer brings suit against former employee, Nationwide over trade infoThe Pennsylvania RecordPHILADELPHIA — A Bala Cynwyd insurance company is suing Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Heidi Prewitt, a former employee, alleging breach of contract and violation of state law. Maguire Insurance Agency Inc. filed a complaint on May 24 in ...
The Legal Intelligencer
Montgomery McCracken Loses Counsel Fee Scrap With Bankruptcy ClientThe Legal Intelligencer"It clearly states at [paragraph] 1 that MMWR agrees to reduce its 'total' fee and cost claims from $2.6 million 'for all pre-bankruptcy, bankruptcy, and post-bankruptcy work' to the 'total sum' of $2.325 million," Beetlestone said in Montgomeryand more »
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