Robert Rubin

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Robert Rubin

An American businessman who served as Secretary of the Treasury from 1995 to 1999. He assisted President Bill Clinton in setting up the Exchange Stabilization Fund, which helped Mexico through its financial crisis of the early 1990s. His lobbying contributed to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which is thought to have contributed to the late 2000s recession.
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Scott Klau, Erik Harris, Neil Rubin, Robert Silver and Anthony Sciacca of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the landlord.
Intriguing matchup: Hart relies on the potent 1-2-3 scoring combination of Josh Rubin, Robert Birney and Mitch Sabo, while the Northerners counter with the best goalie tandem in the league in Jake Richey and Elias Lagos.
Mintz Levin attorneys involved in the transactions include: London attorneys Lena Hodge, Jemma Shorten and Joanna Rogers; New York attorneys Kenneth Koch, Ivan Blumenthal, Avisheh Avini, Jennifer Rubin, Robert Karpf, Stephanie Hoos, Kevin Norman, Raul Duggal and Sarah Klosner; and Boston attorneys Pamela Greene, Adelita Press, David Halpert, Michael Lieberman and Travis Blais.