Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Co-Author “Accessing and Using a Spouse’s ESI in a Divorce”
Kasowitz partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have co-authored “Accessing and Using a Spouse’s ESI in a Divorce,” published in the New York Law Journal, discussing the use of electronically stored information, including emails and texts, in a divorce proceeding.
Marc Kasowitz Praised by Norman Eisen, Former White House Ethics Czar
In an article about the Mueller investigation in Politico, Norman Eisen, a veteran Washington, D.C. ethics expert, is quoted as saying that Marc Kasowitz is a “great lawyer who was pressed by his client into a D.C. role he didn't want.
Law360 Recognizes Kasowitz Partners Stephen W. Tountas and Douglas B. Heitner as 2017 Rising Stars
Kasowitz partners Stephen W. Tountas and Douglas B. Heitner have been named 2017 Rising Stars by Law360 in the Class Action and Real Estate categories.
Legal 500 US 2017 Recommends Kasowitz as a Leading Law Firm
The Legal 500 US has again recommended Kasowitz as a leading law firm in the 2017 edition of The Legal 500 US guide.
David Fermino Elected to the Board of Death Penalty Focus
Investigations and White Collar Defense partner David Fermino has been elected to the board of directors for Death Penalty Focus (DPF). DPF is a nonprofit organization committed to the abolition of the death penalty through public education, grassroots organizing and political advocacy, media outreach, and domestic and international coalition building.
Jonathan K. Waldrop Named an Intellectual Property Trailblazer by The National Law Journal
Mr. Waldrop has played a leading role in high stakes patent and trademark litigation cases for companies including Google, LG, Adobe, Bed Bath & Beyond, Samsung, ASUS, Motorola and Cox Communications.
Forbes Profiles Marc Kasowitz, Highlighting Extensive Career Successes
Marc Kasowitz has been profiled by Forbes in “Marc Kasowitz of Kasowitz Benson: 'To Succeed Means Checking Egos and Personal Agendas at the Door,'” which highlights Marc Kasowitz's increasingly high profile and the business aspects of growing a firm.
Kasowitz Wins $2.25M Jury Verdict, With $2.5M in Punitive Damages, on Behalf of Douglas Elliman
Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP has won a $2.25 million jury verdict, along with $2.5 million in punitive damages, on behalf of Douglas Elliman Real Estate against competing real estate firm William Raveis Real Estate and former Elliman branch manager Lisa P. Theiss for breach of fiduciary duty and other tortious conduct.