Update: Supreme Court Closes Safe Harbor Loophole in Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation
The Supreme Court has paved the way for bankruptcy estates, through litigation, to claw back value from shareholders and other participants that benefitted from pre-bankruptcy leveraged buyouts and other transactions, eliminating a safe harbor that formerly stifled such litigation.
Kasowitz Represents Sugar Hill Capital Partners in Construction and Mezzanine Loans for Brooklyn Redevelopment Project
Kasowitz represented Sugar Hill Capital Partners in securing a $97 million construction loan and $30 million senior mezzanine loan from Mack Real Estate Credit Strategies for a condominium redevelopment project located at 1 Prospect Park West in Brooklyn, New York.
Michael Hanin and Uri A. Itkin Co-Author “Applying N.Y.’s Borrowing Statute to Asset-Backed Securities Claims After ‘Deutsche Bank’” in New York Law Journal
Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Capitol Hill Visit Preparation and the Internal Dynamics of a Senate Office
Jeffrey J. Toney and Jonathan K. Waldrop Shortlisted for Managing Intellectual Property Americas Awards 2018
Kasowitz partners Jeffrey J. Toney and Jonathan K. Waldrop have been shortlisted for the Managing Intellectual Property Americas Awards 2018 in the “Outstanding Litigator: Georgia” and “Outstanding Litigator: California” categories, respectively.
Mark W. Lerner and Jessica T. Rosenberg Co-Author “When Sexual Harassment Is Also a Crime” in NYLJ
Kasowitz partners Mark W. Lerner and Jessica T. Rosenberg have co-authored “When Sexual Harassment Is Also a Crime,” published in the New York Law Journal.
Kasowitz Represents YYY 62nd Street LLC in $86 Million Construction Loan
Kasowitz represented YYY 62nd Street LLC, a joint venture between Joy Construction and Maddd Equities, in securing an $86 million construction loan for its new 7-story office building located at 330 East 62nd Street in Manhattan.
Kasowitz Prevails for Hawaii in ERP Software Litigation
Kasowitz client Hawaii has achieved an extremely favorable settlement of its action against Ciber Inc., a technology company that failed to deliver a promised financial services software system for the State’s Department of Transportation.