Kasowitz Settles Claims on Behalf of Clients MetLife and Lloyds TSB
Kasowitz reached a settlement of the claims of clients MetLife and Lloyds TSB against JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Bank One, N.A., and BancOne Capital Markets relating to the fraud at National Century Financial Enterprises, Inc.
Nationwide Class Certification Denied in Case Against Wyndham Hotels
A New York State Supreme Court issued a decision denying plaintiffs' motion to certify a nationwide class of hotel guests who had paid mandatory resort fees.
Kasowitz Wins Complete Defense Verdict in Asbestos Trial
Kasowitz obtained a complete defense verdict in a North Carolina trial filed by four former employees of Daniel Construction Company.
Kasowitz Wins Verdict Against Public Accounting Firm
A jury found in favor of Kasowitz's client, Costa Brava Partnership, on its claim that Goodman & Company, a Norfolk-based public accounting firm, had aided and abetted a breach of fiduciary duty by Goodman´s client, Telos Corporation.
Kasowitz Negotiates Immunity for Executives in DOJ Criminal Price Fixing Investigation
After negotiations with the Department of Justice, Kasowitz obtained immunity for four senior executives of a leading Asian company in a criminal price fixing investigation brought by the DOJ's Antitrust Division.
Court Denies Motions to Dismiss Claims Against Short Sellers and Other Defendants for Manipulation of Price of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited Securities
New Jersey Superior Court ruled in favor of Kasowitz client Fairfax Financial by denying 10 motions to dismiss that were submitted by the defendants, a group of prominent American hedge funds and money managers.
Kasowitz Obtains Summary Judgment for Celanese in Critical Declaratory Judgment Action
The District Court of Harris County, Texas awarded Kasowitz client, Celanese, LTD. summary judgment in a declaratory judgment action brought by Southern Methanol Corporation, a supplier of methanol.
Kasowitz Wins Novel Shield Law Motion in Trump Defamation Suit
In a defamation lawsuit Kasowitz brought on behalf of Donald J. Trump against a New York Times reporter and Time Warner Books, a New Jersey state court judge granted Kasowitz’s motion to compel the defendants to disclose the identities of three anonymous sources on which the reporter purports to have relied.