Guy N. Molinari is a partner in the firm’s Corporate and Securities practice. With significant securities and mergers and acquisitions experience, Guy’s core practice focuses on advising growth companies and their leaders, businesses considering and executing strategic transactions and private and institutional investors. Guy’s transactional experience includes most stages of development: financing and refinancing/restructuring, whether in public or private, equity or debt markets; business combination transactions; going public and going private transactions and contests for corporate control.
Guy also advises family offices and other investors in distressed and developing businesses, as well as multi-strategy investment funds. He also served as general counsel for Northern Power Systems, Inc. in connection with its emergence from bankruptcy proceedings and turnaround.
Prior to joining the firm, Guy was a partner at Heller Ehrman (and its predecessor firm Werbel & Carnelutti) and at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, where he served as a partner and counsel.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a leading mid-size, full-service law firm, announced today that Guy Molinari has joined the firm as a partner in its Corporate & Securities practice. His arrival further enhances the firm’s offerings in the transactional area.
As we head into summer, we would like to share with you some of our most popular legal alerts from the first half of 2019.
Our top-read alerts range from construction, labor and employment, tax, corporate and securities, immigration, cooperatives and condominiums, commercial leasing, real estate, litigation and intellectual property, reflecting the broad array of our full-service practice. We hope that our alerts have been valuable to you and your colleagues, and demonstrate our commitment to providing helpful information to you.
For approximately 50 years, commercial tenants in New York facing potential action for breach of lease and possible eviction have enjoyed the use of a so-called "Yellowstone injunction," which, if granted by the court, froze the contractual cure period under a lease governed by New York law.
One of the positive developments resulting from the 2017 tax legislation has been offering taxpayers a limited-time opportunity to defer gain on the sale of assets, reduce the gain when finally recognized and even eliminate gain on certain new investments. This is all made possible under the 2017 Tax Act by investing in "Qualified Opportunity Zones," a new provision that allows taxpayers to free up capital gains and reinvest those gains in economically distressed census tracts.
The 2017 Tax Act is offering a limited-time opportunity for taxpayers to defer gain on the sale of assets, reduce the gain when finally recognized and even eliminate gain on certain new investments. This is all made possible under the 2017 Tax Act by investing in "Qualified Opportunity Zones," a new provision that allows taxpayers to free up capital gains and reinvest those gains in economically distressed communities. Learn more about the intricacies of these tax benefits.