David Marcus is a senior writer focusing on legal issues raised by corporate transactions. Marcus writes about the structure of merger agreements, Delaware law cases and developments, and cross-border M&A. Marcus has been a reporter at The Deal since its launch in 1999. He has also been the senior writer on Corporate Control Alert -- The Deal’s journal of legal and financial trends in dealmaking --since 1997. He also writes about wine for The Street and works at a wine store in Tribeca.
Recent Articles By The Author
The Wine Workers We Don't See
German scholars write about the exploitation of migrants to Italy in the Arab spring.
From Green Apple Books to Great California Pinot Noir at Savoy Vineyard
Mendocino County's Savoy Vineyard has been one of California's premier's sites for Pinot Noir since the 1990s and remains so today under the supervision of Ryan Hodgins.
The Smoky, Savory Sauvignon Blancs of Styria's Steep Hills
The region in southeast Austria offers a distinctive take.
Federal Judge Dismisses Global Warming Suit
Judge Alsup says suit by San Francisco and Oakland is barred by Supreme Court precedent and notes society's "responsibility in the use of fossil fuels"
Here's a Fresh Take on Spanish Wine
Wine critic Luis Gutiérrez profiles 14 exciting Spanish producers in his book The New Vignerons. Here's a weekend review.
How American Chefs Became Stars; Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll | Book Review
Andrew Friedman describes the rebirth of American fine dining in his new book Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll
Weekend Wine: Breadmaking as Busman's Holiday
Winemakers and friends Tyler Thomas and Ryan Hodgins gain insight on their craft from breadmaking.
Weekend Wine: A Santa Barbara Yeast Does Double Duty
Piedrasassi makes a sourdough from the same yeast it uses to ferment its wines
After a Crazy Week for the Markets, Here's One High-End Wine to Try
Sommelier Dean Fuerth offers unusual but compelling pairings at New York sushi palace Nakazawa
One California Vineyard, Two Spanish Grapes, Four Distinct Wines
Ann Kraemer tailors her Shake RIdge Tempranillo and Graciano vines to the styles of the four winemakers who work with the grapes.