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"Trusted Leader Helps Boston Firm Succeed and Take a Stand," Of CounselIt’s no secret, and to a large degree it’s understandable, that most law firms work hard to avoid controversy—sometimes to the point where they fail to take a position on any sort of issue, sentiment, or event when maybe they should. Recently, Boston-based Goulston & Storrs took a clear, bold, and important stance when it was most needed.  

The Trends and Future Growth of Multifamily Real Estate Amenities
Practice: Multifamily, Real Estate
PDFThe growth of the multifamily housing market has been driven by both the migration of empty-nest baby boomers looking to downsize into urban communities and the barriers to property ownership facing millennials in the post-recession marketplace. Urban areas remain highly desirable, and multifamily vacancies are generally low – but competition is strong.  

20/20 Hindsight: Did our investments position us for a bright future?
Practice: Real Estate
Boston is changing: new neighborhoods, new residents, a new innovation economy, and now a new comprehensive plan. In this age of accelerating urban transformation, it’s striking how many of these changes had their origins in decisions made — or not made — 20 years ago.

Israel Desks International Legal Guide 2017
Practice: International Investors, Real Estate

Identifying New Exposures In A Rapidly Innovating World
Practice: Corporate
PDFThe business world is rapidly changing. We’re more connected than ever before, and the Internet of Things is creating unprecedented volumes of data. Artificial intelligence and sophisticated analytics are extracting fresh insights from Big Data. And more and more organizations are adopting an omnichannel approach to customer interaction. In order to survive, a company must innovate – or risk becoming obsolete. In fact, 93 percent of executives say that organic growth through innovation will drive the greatest proportion of their revenue growth, according to a PwC survey. 

Crains New York Business Real Estate Roundtable: The Future of Multifamily Real Estate in New York
Practice: Multifamily
D. Hara Perkins, Co-Chair of the firm's Multifamily Housing Group, lends her insight on how everything from interest rates to transportation to construction costs are impacting the multifamily real estate market in New York City.

Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable
Practice: IP Litigation
In conjunction with Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Goulston & Storrs hosted the Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable. Goulston & Storrs’ Jennifer Furey and Andrew O’Connor welcomed panelists Nicholas M. Boivin (Ipsen), D. Alexander Ewing (LiquiGlide) and Kenneth P. Zwicker (Boston University) for a spirited discussion around trends they are seeing with the aftermath of Alice, best practices on global patent strategies, the “Patent Prosecution Highway”, the Defend Trade Secrets Act and more.

1031 Exchanges: To Be or Not to Be Eliminated?
Practice: Tax
There are several reasons why 1031 exchanges are making headlines these days. The first is the possibility that this section of the Internal Revenue Code would be eliminated through President Trump’s tax reform. The second is that this investment strategy has become fairly attractive now that property prices have climbed considerably in some U.S. markets. In this context, what would be the impact of its repeal and what are the chances of this happening? Abe Leitner, director in the tax group of international law firm Goulston & Storrs’ New York office, discussed the possible scenarios in an interview with Commercial Property Executive.

Crains New York Business Real Estate Roundtable: The Future of Urban Retail
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer, Retailers Entering the US
David Rabinowitz, Co-Chair of the firm's Retail, Restaurant and Consumer Group, lends his insight as to how retailers can make the most of today's environment and thrive in this Crains New York Business special section. 

Real Estate Tax Changes Would Create Confusion, Difficulty
Practice: Tax
Developers are carefully watching Washington for indications of whether President Donald Trump may attempt to change like-kind exchanges or rules for tax treatment of property expenses, and while certain alterations could be beneficial, many developers are hoping those areas remain unchanged, lawyers say.
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