Michael Gordon

Michael Gordon is a Litigation Partner at KattenMuchinRosenman LLP. Michael has general experience in virtually all types of business disputes, including contract; partnership and corporate shareholder disputes; fraudulent conveyance and clawback litigation; commercial real estate disputes; entertainment, publishing and intellectual property disputes; insurance coverage disputes; and matters involving alleged breaches of fiduciary duty and common law fraud. In addition, he regularly provides strategic counseling to his clients, assisting them in devising creative solutions either to avoid litigation or to facilitate the settlement of protracted lawsuits. When not practicing law, Michael is an ardent theater-goer, and is a Patron of Manhattan Theater Club and City Center, as well as a subscriber to numerous not-for-profit theater companies in New York City. Michael also serves on the Board of Directors of Housing Works Thrift Shops, Inc., and recently was nominated Co-Chair of that Board.

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    The Dramatists Guild Fund Board of Directors is proud to announce it has just elected Kevin Hager to be its new Vice President. Mr. Hager is the Managing Director of Understood.org and Vice President and Chief Digital Officer of the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD).

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    Caridad Svich (12 Ophelias, Magnificent Waste) leads a post-show Q&A of Blood Wedding at Mary Baldwin University (301 Deming Drive, Bottom Floor, Deming Fine Arts Center, Staunton, VA) on February 18 at 9:30 PM as part of The Dramatists Guild Fund’s Traveling Masters Program.

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    Steve Yockey (Very Still & Hard to See, Blackberry Winter) joins the Dramatists Guild Fund’s Traveling Masters Program to work with student writers and offer feedback on their plays at Mesa Community College on February 16 & 17, during the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

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