The Real Deal Ranks Kasowitz as a Top Law Firm Handling the Highest Dollar Volume of NYC Sales
Kasowitz Benson Torres has been ranked for the second year in a row as one of the top 10 law firms in The Real Deal’s “Who handled the highest dollar volume of NYC sales” list, recognizing Kasowitz for handling close to $500 million in transactions in New York from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
Kelly A. Frawley Featured in Q&A with Benchmark Litigation
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Kelly A. Frawley is featured in a Q&A with Benchmark Litigation.
Kasowitz Secures Dismissal of Claims by Activist Hedge Fund against Directors of White Energy
Kasowitz Benson Torres has secured the dismissal of substantially all claims alleged against three directors of White Energy, in a corporate governance dispute commenced by an activist hedge fund investor, Standard General, and its designated director.
Kasowitz Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Roku
Kasowitz Benson Torres has sued leading streaming media company Roku on behalf of MV3 Partners for patent infringement in federal court in the Western District of Texas.
Kasowitz Defeats Federal Civil Rico Claims Against Client JDS Development, Wins Motion to Dismiss Against JDS’ Former Business Partner
Kasowitz has obtained another win for client JDS Development, a leading real estate development and construction firm, relating to the development of an iconic 90-story condominium at 111 West 57 Street in New York City.
Kasowitz Scores Bankruptcy Trial Win For EFH Creditors
Kasowitz obtained a major trial victory on behalf of clients EFH creditors in litigation against the Chapter 11 cases of reorganized debtor Energy Future Holdings.
Kasowitz Wins Three Gold Digital Awards for New Website
Kasowitz Benson Torres has won three more awards for its website, which launched in December 2017.
California Now Requires Female Representation on Boards of Public Corporations
On September 30, 2018, California adopted legislation (Senate Bill No. 826) requiring publicly held corporations with principal offices in California to have at least one female director on their boards.