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Webcast: Nefertiti J. Alexander Interviews Above the Law Founder David Lat on How to Succeed in the Legal Industry

Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Nefertiti J. Alexander will be moderating the webcast, “Fireside Chat Featuring David Lat,” as part of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) Law’s 2021 CareerCon, a virtual event that provides opportunities for underrepresented first-year and second-year law students to connect with legal recruiters and practitioners.

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Kasowitz Ranked Among Top 20 Most Diverse Leading Law Firms for Third Straight Year by The American Lawyer

Kasowitz Benson Torres has been ranked among the twenty most diverse leading law firms for a third straight year by The American Lawyer.

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Kasowitz Recommended as a 2021 Leading Law Firm by Legal 500 US

The Legal 500 US has once again recommended Kasowitz Benson Torres as a leading law firm in the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 US guide.

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Webcast: Careers in Family & Matrimonial Law

Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Evridiki “Vicky” Poumpouridis will be a featured webcast speaker on “Careers in Family & Matrimonial Law,” hosted by the New York City Bar Association as part of its Summer Series

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Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Quoted in Marie Claire Article: “So You Want a Postnup”

Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock are quoted in the Marie Claire article “So You Want a Postnup?” in which they discuss why some couples obtain postnuptial agreements and how postnuptial negotiations differ from prenuptial negotiations.

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Nefertiti J. Alexander and Jennifer McDougall Named Women Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal

Kasowitz Benson Torres partners Nefertiti J. Alexander and Jennifer McDougall have been named 2021 Women Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity as part of its 20th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards.

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Kasowitz Defeats Summary Judgment Motion Seeking Dismissal of Pro Bono Client’s Trafficking Case

Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of a gay Pakistani man, defeated a summary judgment motion brought by one of his former employers seeking dismissal of his involuntary servitude, forced labor and other claims under the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (“TVPRA”).

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Kasowitz Secures Over $31 Million Recovery for Hawaii Arising From Botched ERP Software Implementation

Kasowitz, on behalf of the State of Hawaii, has successfully resolved the second phase of litigation stemming from a failed enterprise resource planning (ERP) software implementation project to upgrade the Hawaii Department of Transportation’s Highways Division financial management system.