Webinar with Kasowitz Partner Christine Montenegro: Behind the Scenes with Top Influential Latinas
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Christine A. Montenegro will be speaking on a virtual panel titled “Behind the Scenes with Top Influential Latinas Series,” hosted by Latino Leaders Magazine.
Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Co-Author “Business Debt in Divorce: What You Should Know”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have co-authored “Business Debt in Divorce: What You Should Know,” published in Forbes.
Kasowitz Webinar: Reopen the Workplace and Reduce Litigation Risk – Federal and State Law Guidance You Need to Know
Mark W. Lerner and Jessica Taub Rosenberg review recently filed litigations against employers, as well as federal and state laws, including agency guidance, to highlight employer requirements and recommend best practices.
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Kasowitz Ranked Among Top 20 Most Diverse Leading Law Firms by American Lawyer
Kasowitz Benson Torres has again been ranked as among the twenty most diverse leading law firms by The American Lawyer. Kasowitz is ranked #18 on the publication’s annual Diversity Scorecard listing.
Kasowitz Prevails on Motion to Dismiss Fraudulent Transfer Claims against Former Directors
Kasowitz Benson Torres has obtained the dismissal of all claims against two former directors of dissolved Delaware corporation DCD America brought against them in the Commercial Division, New York Supreme Court, New York County, by Acacia Investments, a judgment creditor of DCD, alleging that the directors had fraudulently transferred DCD’s assets to a third party.
Kasowitz Files Multi-million Dollar Lawsuit Against Columbia Care for Fraudulently Misappropriating Florida Cannabis License
Today, Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of Florida MCBD, LLC, filed a lawsuit in the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court, New York County, against Columbia Care, LLC, a major New York-based cultivator and provider of cannabis products, two of its affiliates and its founders Michael Abbott and Nicholas Vita, alleging that they conspired with MCBD’s joint venture partner, Sun Bulb, to fraudulently misappropriate from MCBD its rights to a medical treatment cannabis license worth tens of millions of dollars.
Daniel J. Fetterman and Brian S. Choi Co-Author “Bridgegate Has the Potential to Upend a Raft of Prosecutions”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partners Daniel J. Fetterman and Brian S. Choi have co-authored an article in Law360, entitled “Bridgegate Has the Potential to Upend a Raft of Prosecutions,” concerning the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Kelly v. U.S. overturning the wire fraud convictions of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s deputy chief of staff and the deputy executive director of the Port Authority, for their politically motivated role in blocking traffic on the George Washington Bridge.
Kasowitz Defeats Latest Motion to Dismiss Case Seeking Return of Holocaust Looted Art
In a long-pending lawsuit, seeking to recover the valuable Herzog art collection that was looted from its Jewish owners during World War II and displayed in Hungarian museums, Kasowitz Benson Torres has defeated the latest motion to dismiss filed by the museums and MNV, a Hungarian government-owned corporation managing the art.