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Kasowitz, on behalf of Art Entrepreneur Max Levai, sues Marlborough Gallery for Malicious Defamation

On September 15, 2020, Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of highly successful art entrepreneur Max Levai, filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan against the world-famous Marlborough Gallery and two of its board members, alleging that, after the gallery announced it had closed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and Mr. Levai was terminated as its President, defendants launched an unlawful campaign to maliciously defame Mr. Levai, destroy his solo business venture in the art world, and ensure he would be unable to compete with the gallery once it reopened.

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Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Featured as Guests on Martinis and Your Money Podcast with Shannon McLay

Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock were featured guests on the Martinis and Your Money: Living a Better Life One Cocktail at a Time podcast in the episode “Prenuptial Agreements.”

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Kasowitz Obtains Asylum for Woman Subjected to Persecution in Mexico

Kasowitz Benson Torres has obtained an order granting asylum to a mother and her two daughters from a U.S. Immigration Court in California.

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IFLR1000 Recognizes Kasowitz as a Leading Law Firm for Restructuring and Insolvency

IFLR1000 has once again ranked Kasowitz Benson Torres as a leading law firm for restructuring and insolvency in the United States.

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Webinar: Employment Developments during COVID-19 – Real Life Scenarios and Litigations

Kasowitz Benson Torres employment litigation partners Mark W. Lerner and Jessica Taub Rosenberg will present “Employment Developments during COVID-19 – Real Life Scenarios and Litigations,” a roundtable that is part of the 2020 General Counsel Conference hosted by Corporate Counsel.

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Kasowitz Scores Key Victory for Noteholders in Multi-Billion Dollar Student Loan Syndication Case

Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of a group of noteholders in fifteen National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts, has scored another key victory in the noteholders’ legal dispute with the residual equity holders concerning the management and control of the Trusts.

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John V. Berlinski and Kimberly A. Meyer Co-Author “Is the Curtain Closing on TV Profit Participation Litigation?”

Kasowitz Benson Torres lawyers John V. Berlinski and Kimberly A. Meyer have co-authored “Is the Curtain Closing on TV Profit Participation Litigation?” published in the Daily Journal.

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Kasowitz Prevails on Appeal for Noteholders in Multi-Billion Dollar Student Loan Case

Kasowitz Benson Torres has prevailed in an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on behalf of certain noteholders in the National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts in which the Third Circuit invalidated a direction by the Trusts’ residual equity holder, VCG Securities, to the Trusts to appoint VCG’s affiliate, Odyssey Education Resources, as a new servicer for the Trusts.