Jeremy E. Deutsch is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York office and is Chair of the firm’s Corporate and Securities group. Jeremy has over 20 years’ experience in business law, including transactional and day to day legal counseling as well as complex corporate and commercial litigation and arbitration.
In 2018, Jeremy was selected as a member of Law360’s Banking editorial advisory board.
Jeremy's corporate practice embraces all areas of corporate transactional and advisory roles. In transactional work, he has represented clients in mergers/acquisitions, sales/leases, employment agreements/terminations, and all manner of commercial transactions, including private investment deals, technology transactions, and private equity. In advisory work, he acts as general counsel to a number of different businesses and provides counsel and advice to established businesses and startups on corporate relationship creation and architecture; corporate governance, including disputes between partners and advising Boards of Directors; and day to day business issues.
Contracts and business relationships are being distorted or even stressed to the breaking point due to the unprecedented economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 virus quarantines and the concomitant cessation of economic activity. What happens to ...