White Collar Law Treatise Co-Edited and Co-Authored by Daniel Fetterman Highly Praised by New York Law Journal
The fourth edition of “Defending Corporations and Individuals in Government Investigations,” the white collar law treatise co-edited and co-authored by Kasowitz partner Daniel J. Fetterman and Debevoise & Plimpton partner Mark P. Goodman, along with “an all-star roster of contributors,” received an outstanding review by the New York Law Journal.
Kasowitz Website Shortlisted for Three Digital Impact Awards
Kasowitz Benson Torres’s new website has been shortlisted for three awards by the prestigious Digital Impact Awards.
Senator Lieberman Featured at Cyber Week Tel Aviv 2018 Conference
Emily S. Pollock quoted in Fox Business article: “Tax Law to Make Divorce Proceedings Messier”
Kasowitz matrimonial and family law partner Emily S. Pollock was quoted extensively in the Fox Business article, “Tax Law to Make Divorce Proceedings Messier.”
Mark W. Lerner and Jonathan L. Shapiro Co-Author “U.S. Supreme Court’s Epic Systems Decision Holds That Employment Arbitration Agreements Barring Class Actions Are Lawful”
Kasowitz partner Mark W. Lerner and associate Jonathan L. Shapiro have co-authored “U.S. Supreme Court’s Epic Systems Decision Holds That Employment Arbitration Agreements Barring Class Actions Are Lawful,” published in Mealey’s Litigation Report: Class Actions.
Kasowitz Tops Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under Hot List
Benchmark Litigation has named nine Kasowitz partners to its 2018 40 & Under Hot List. Kasowitz had more partners named to the list than any other firm in the Northeast region.
Kasowitz Obtains Appellate Victory for Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (PBA)
In a significant appellate victory for the PBA, Kasowitz Benson Torres has obtained an injunction from New York’s Appellate Division, First Department, enjoining New York City, the NYPD, Mayor Bill De Blasio, and NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill, from carrying out their plan to publicly release recordings...
Is Your Website Compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act?
In the past several years, there has been a significant increase in “website accessibility” lawsuits filed by hearing and visually impaired persons against companies with websites that lack auxiliary aids and services designed to render electronic information to them.