Practice/Industry Group Overview
Greenberg Traurig’s multi-practice approach to the Retail Industry brings together attorneys from several legal disciplines with a focus on our clients’ efforts to enhance their business operations, productivity and profitability at the national, regional and local levels, both in the United States and internationally. We provide legal counsel and advice ranging from the acquisition, development, leasing, and disposition of retail properties to service agreements and licensing, employment issues, information technology and outsourcing, day-to-day corporate matters, intellectual property protection, import and export regulations, as well as industry-related disputes.
- Big box retailers
- Specialty retailers and category killers
- Banks and retail financial institutions
- Fashion and accessory boutiques
- Restaurant chains
- Retail outlet concepts
- Municipalities and governmental agencies
- Shopping center owners and developers
- Retail vendors and suppliers
- Contractors and architects
Multidisciplinary Legal Services For The Retail Industry
- ADA, Accessibility, Building and Life Safety Codes
- Antitrust Issues
- Brownfields Redevelopment
- Business Reorganization and Bankruptcy
- Corporate and Securities
- Customs and International Trade
- Environmental and Land Use
- Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits
- Governmental Affairs
- Information Technology
- Intellectual Property
- Labor and Employment
- Real Estate
- Regulatory Compliance
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:
CFPB Takes Action against Mortgage Insurer for Alleged Kickbacks
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 26, 2013
On November 15th, the CFPB filed a complaint and a proposed consent order against Republic Mortgage Insurance Corporation, a private mortgage insurance company (RMIC). The complaint alleges that RMIC violated Section 8 of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by paying illegal kickbacks to...
Cordray Speaks to Mortgage Bankers Association to Tout and Defend the Qualified Mortgage Rule
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 06, 2013
On October 28th, CFPB Director Richard Cordray spoke at the Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. Cordray’s speech touted the CFPB’s “open, inclusive, [and] transparent decision making” in crafting its Qualified Mortgage or Ability-to-Repay rule.
Vermiculite Regulation Update
Daniel J. Ansell,Stephen C. Jones,Paul R. McIntyre,Steven C. Russo, July 15, 2013
New York City building owners and tenants are required, prior to any significant demolition or alteration work, to perform environmental testing to determine if “asbestos-containing material” or “ACM” (defined as material containing more than 1% asbestos) is present at the...
CFPB Releases Small Entity Compliance Guides for Loan Originator and Mortgage Servicing Rules
Justin Angelo,Robert E. Bostrom,Thomas J. McKee,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, June 18, 2013
On June 7th, the CFPB published small entity compliance guides for its loan originator and mortgage servicing rules. The CFPB cautioned that the guides are not a substitute for the underlying rules but merely provide a user-friendly overview to assist those entities with limited resources in...
CFPB Settles Enforcement Regarding Real Estate Kickbacks
Justin Angelo,Robert E. Bostrom,Thomas J. McKee,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, May 28, 2013
The CFPB recently settled an enforcement action against a homebuilder who had allegedly received illegal referral fees through affiliated business arrangements in violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.