Greetings from Reitler. We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well. Clearly, these are unprecedented times, but by working together and respecting the public safety measures that are in place, we will get to the other side of the pandemic. 

The Reitler firm is fully open for business. We have been working remotely for the past two weeks and we 100% operational. 

We know that many of you have questions relevant to you/your businesses as you navigate this crisis. Our attorneys have been handling numerous inquiries and matters relating to emergency financings (e.g., the SBA’s PPP and other lending programs), lease payment obligations, management of workforce (e.g., reductions, furloughs, payroll), force majeure issues under contracts and restructuring of debt and other obligations. We are also advising with respect to bankruptcy matters. We are here to help you with these and other legal issues. 
Please reach out to us and let us know how you are doing and if we can assist in any way. Staying connected during this time is important. Stay safe and well everybody.

News & Updates
April, 2020 | Q1
Top Ten Things To Help Manage
Your Legal Relationship
A number of years ago I published a piece summarizing the ten best things that an entrepreneur could do to better manage the relationship with his or her attorney. I re-read the summary and I must say that what I wrote then is just as relevant now. See that summary below. Let me know if you have other things to add or other comments. I would love to hear from you.
En Banc Ruling in Led Zeppelin Litigation
For the past five years, the copyright bar and the music industry have carefully followed the many twists and turns of 'Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin', a potentially monumental infringement case.
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Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin – A Workaround
The ongoing saga of Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin (“ Zeppelin ”) is arguably the Ninth Circuit’s most high-profile music infringement case in years
How Should Start-ups Prepare for This Coming Recession
Over the past year, the venture capital community has been moving towards supporting start-ups with a demonstrated path to profitability as venture investors were absorbing the lessons of Uber, WeWork and other unicorns. The Coronavirus Pandemic has accelerated this trend and significantly impacted the venture markets in ways very similar to the Great Recession of 2008-2009. 
In this webinar Reitler answers questions regarding the latest updates on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) requirements and process & affiliation issues . If you have any questions regarding the Paycheck Protection Program please reach out to Advisory Director, Thierry Ho at
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