Turnarounds & Workouts Names Matthew B. Stein a 2018 “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer”
Matthew B. Stein, a leading bankruptcy and restructuring partner at Kasowitz, has been named a 2018 “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer” by Turnarounds & Workouts, a listing that honors top attorneys under 40 in the restructuring practice area.
Kasowitz Secures Significant Victory Clarifying New York Damages Jurisprudence in Trade Secret Cases
Kasowitz secured a significant victory on behalf of client Cambridge Security Seals when the New York Court of Appeals rejected plaintiff E.J. Brooks’ novel damages theory for trade secret misappropriation cases measured by a defendant’s “avoided costs.”
New York Imposes Sweeping New Requirements on Employers Regarding Sexual Harassment
The New York State Legislature and the New York City Council have adopted new legislation prompted by increasing attention to sexual harassment in the workplace. The changes in law will impact all New York employers and require new practices and policies.
Kasowitz Client JDS Development Secures $137 Million Construction Loan for Monad Terrace in Miami
Kasowitz client JDS Development has secured a $137 million construction loan as part of the final funding for the Monad Terrace project in South Beach, Miami. The loan will fully capitalize the 59-unit luxury condominium project, which is expected to be completed in 2019.
Real Estate Weekly Names Julia Sanabria a 2018 “Rising Star”
Kasowitz partner Julia E. Sanabria has been named a 2018 “Rising Star” by Real Estate Weekly, in its annual listing recognizing up-and-coming professionals who are making outstanding contributions to the real estate industry.
Kasowitz Coaches Students in Mock Trial Competition
From January until April, Kasowitz attorneys coached a team of students from the Law Institute at John Dewey High School in Brooklyn in their first New York City Mock Trial Tournament, part of the New York State Mock Trial Competition.
Jennifer S. Recine, Lauren Tabaksblat and Tiffany L. Ho Co-Author New York Law Journal Article: “'BHUSD v. FTA': How the Court Departed From NEPA’s Presumptive Remedy to Justify a Popular Infrastructure Project”
Kasowitz partners Jennifer S. Recine and Lauren Tabaksblat, and associate Tiffany L. Ho, have co-authored “'BHUSD v. FTA': How the Court Departed From NEPA’s Presumptive Remedy to Justify a Popular Infrastructure Project” published in the New York Law Journal.
Kasowitz Secures Appellate Victory against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP secured another victory for its client Age Group when it defeated the appeal brought by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia that sought dismissal of the action.