Emily S. Pollock Featured as Guest on Bold TV
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partner Emily S. Pollock was a featured guest on Bold TV, a digital news network.
Lawline Names Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock among Top Women Faculty of 2019
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have been named Top Women Faculty of 2019 by Lawline, a platform for online continuing legal education.
Law360 Names Andrew K. Glenn to its 2020 Bankruptcy Editorial Advisory Board
Law360 has named Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Andrew K. Glenn to its Bankruptcy Editorial Advisory Board for the third consecutive year.
COVID-19: The U.S. Department of Labor Issues Guidance on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) Wage and Hour Division has issued guidance to employers and employees regarding the paid leave requirements under the recently enacted federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”).
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Kasowitz Represents Land & Sea Development in NYC Real Estate Development Project
Kasowitz Benson Torres represented Land & Sea Development, owner of the property located at 147-07 94th Avenue in Jamaica, Queens, in negotiating a ground lease with affordable housing developers Phoenix Realty and Artimus Construction.
Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Co-Author “Divorce During COVID-19: Is Now the Right Time to Move Forward with Divorce?”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have co-authored “Divorce During COVID-19: Is Now the Right Time to Move Forward with Divorce?” published in Thrive Global, a company founded by Arianna Huffington to help individuals, companies and communities improve their well-being and performance.
Kasowitz, on Behalf of Fintiv, Defeats Apple’s Rehearing Request in Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
In another major setback for Apple in Fintiv, Inc.’s patent infringement lawsuit, Kasowitz Benson Torres defeated Apple’s request for rehearing by the entire Federal Circuit Court of Appeals of a three-judge panel’s earlier decision affirming the trial court’s refusal to transfer the case from Texas to Apple’s home district in California.