Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Co-Author “How Your Company Can Support a Senior Leader during Divorce”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have co-authored, “How Your Company Can Support a Senior Leader during Divorce,” published in Forbes.
Kasowitz Wins Asylum for Gay Man from Honduras
Kasowitz obtained asylum in U.S. Immigration Court on behalf of a 24-year-old Honduran gay man who had faced severe persecution, including death threats, by local gang members and others in his home country.
Recent Revisions to New York Employment Laws Include the Banning of Marijuana Testing of New York City Job Applicants
Beginning May 2020, it will be illegal for New York City employers to test most job applicants for marijuana. This is one of several recent updates for New York employers that require that they revisit existing policies.
New York Law Journal Names Kasowitz 2019 Litigation Department of the Year for Labor and Employment
Kasowitz Benson Torres’s Employment Practices and Litigation Group has been named Litigation Department of the Year for Labor and Employment by the New York Law Journal in recognition of the group’s significant litigation results during the past year.
National Bar Association Names Marcus A. Barber a Top “40 Under 40 Nation’s Best Advocate”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Marcus A. Barber has been selected as a recipient of the “40 Under 40 Nation’s Best Advocates” Award by the National Bar Association (NBA).
IAM Patent 1000 Recognizes Kasowitz as a Leading Patent Litigation Law Firm
Kasowitz Benson Torres has been ranked as a leading patent litigation law firm in California by IAM Patent 1000.
American Lawyer Ranks Kasowitz as One of the Top 20 Most Diverse Law Firms
The American Lawyer has ranked Kasowitz as one of the twenty most diverse law firms.
Kasowitz Defeats Motion to Dismiss in Heiress Juliana Pfister’s Lawsuit against Trustee of Grandparents’ Estate
Representing Juliana Pfister, the sole heir of Nancy Pfister and the granddaughter of Art and Betty Pfister, who were among the founders of Aspen, Colorado and the developers of Buttermilk Ski Area and the Maroon Creek Club in Aspen, Kasowitz Benson Torres defeated motions to dismiss Juliana’s claims against, among others, the trustee of her grandparents’ estate, his son, law partner and law firm for defrauding her out of millions of dollars in cash and real estate assets in Aspen.