Represented nonprofit sober living facility sued by a former director for defamation; following an 11-day trial, the court found in favor of Jerry’s client on four tort claims and awarded only nominal damages on the remaining claim; judgment was upheld on appeal.
Assisting a nonprofit research foundation devoted to facilitating the development of early prostate cancer detection systems, including drafting and obtaining unanimous passage of a House resolution calling for increased federal funding for prostate imaging research and advocating in support of bipartisan legislation that would establish a new prostate detection and treatment initiative...
For HIV/AIDS, Reauthorization of the $2 Billion Ryan White CARE Act
The National Academy of Sciences in connection with an approval for a planned unit development including new headquarters, retail, and museum space.
Ford’s Theatre Society in connection with renovations of the Historic Ford’s Theatre and a new educational center to be constructed adjacent to Ford Theater Society facilities.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Council in connection with the planning, design, construction, and operations of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, which has had more than 30 million visitors
Association of American Medical Colleges in the assemblage of half a city block in downtown Washington, DC, the design, development, and construction of a 300,000 square foot headquarters building, the sale of two existing office buildings, and the tax-exempt and taxable financing of the AAMC project totaling $216 million in debt and comprising five tranches
Arena Stage, the largest theater dedicated to American playwrights, on the design and construction of a $135 million overhaul of its existing facility, including the related public and private financing
Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars in the development of a $33.5 million residential facility in Washington, DC, completed in 2010, providing assistance in the negotiation of the site acquisition (which included a bargain sale and seller financing), the development agreement, and the tax exempt bond financing used to fund the project
Orange Regional Medical Center in the in the replacement of two antiquated hospitals with a new hospital (the first to be constructed in New York in over 20 years), which involved the sale of non-core real estate assets; the sale/leaseback of a large medical office building to a commercial developer; application for and receipt of approximately $50 million in state grant...