Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 1990
New York University, B.S. in Accounting, 1982
Stillman & Friedman, DLA Piper, Hogan: Business of Law
November 21, 2012 -- Bloomberg News
In an article discussing law firm involvement in the News Corp/YES Network deal, Herrick, Feinstein partners involved in the deal as lead counsel to the Yankees are mentioned, including: Irwin Kishner, Richard Morris, Edward Stevenson and Daniel Etna.
News Corp Acquires Major Stake in Yankees’ YES Network
November 20, 2012 -- Law360
In an article about the News Corp/YES Network deal, the Herrick, Feinstein team that represented the Yankees and Yankee Global Enterprises was mentioned, including: Irwin Kishner, Richard Morris, Edward Stevenson, Daniel Etna, Glenn Stein, Matthew Kunkes and David Hoffman.
Seven Am Law 200 Firms in Lineup for Sale of YES Network Stake
November 20, 2012 -- AmLawDaily
In an article detailing law firm involvement in the News Corp/YES Network deal, Herrick, Feinstein partners involved in the deal as lead counsel to the Yankees are mentioned, including: Irwin Kishner, Richard Morris, Edward Stevenson and Daniel Etna.
Herrick -- Committed to Its Clients' Success
April 2010 -- Corporate INTL
Herrick's Corporate Department is profiled in Corporate INTL's article "Herrick -- Committed to Its Clients' Success." The article highlights the sophisticated transactions Herrick handles and discusses Herrick's commitment to helping clients achieve their goals.
CIT Expects Loss of $1.5 Billion, May Seek Bankruptcy
July 21, 2009 -- Bloomberg News
CIT's acknowledgement in regulatory filings that it might have to seek bankruptcy protection despite an agreement with bondholders is to be expected because of securities regulations and concerns on the part of analysts, Rick Morris tells Bloomberg.
CPAs and Lawyers: Kindred Spirits?
July 9, 2009 -- NYSSCPA.ORG E-ZINE
Rick Morris is quoted -- and Steve Feldman and Gary Eisenberg mentioned -- in this story about how CPAs and attorneys face similar professional challenges and pressures, how their clients' needs and opportunities are similar, and how a recent meeting that offered CLE credit to attorneys and CPE credit to accountants covered that landscape.
Midsize deals suddenly the only game in town
November 3-9, 2008 -- Crain's New York Business
Rick Morris is quoted in a story that examines the M&A landscape and notes that the action has shifted from the multi-billion-dollar mega-deals to the middle market. Rick notes that larger law firms tend to overstaff middle market mergers, with an inference that their methods aren't cost-effective for middle market clients.