Kasowitz has secured a complete victory for client Bridgeton Holdings, the hotel and real estate owner, operator, and developer, in a case pending in the Southern District of New York, when the court granted Kasowitz’s motion for summary judgment dismissing the remaining claims against Bridget...
Cindy Caranella Kelly and Sarah Gibbs Leivick Co-Author “Safeguarding Your Company: Preventing and Detecting Antitrust Violations” in Corporate Counsel
Kasowitz partners Cindy Caranella Kelly and Sarah Gibbs Leivick have co-authored “Safeguarding Your Company: Preventing and Detecting Antitrust Violations,” published in Corporate Counsel.
Stephen W. Tountas Participates on Panel Discussing Recent Developments in Cryptocurrency Litigation and Government Enforcement Actions
Kasowitz partner Stephen W. Tountas will participate on a panel discussion titled “A Graveyard of Fraud, Deception and Unscrupulous Players and What Can We Learn?,” part of the CryptoWorld’s “Wall Street and the Internet of Money” conference.
Senator Lieberman Featured at Mind the Tech NY 2018 Conference
Kasowitz Senior Counsel Senator Joseph I. Lieberman was a featured speaker on the panel “The Fragile Web in a Vulnerable World” at the Mind the Tech NY 2018 Conference.
Update: Supreme Court Closes Safe Harbor Loophole in Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation
The Supreme Court has paved the way for bankruptcy estates, through litigation, to claw back value from shareholders and other participants that benefitted from pre-bankruptcy leveraged buyouts and other transactions, eliminating a safe harbor that formerly stifled such litigation.
New Tax Implications for Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements
Companies that have made confidential settlement payments related to sexual harassment claims should be aware that the recently enacted federal tax reform law, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, includes a provision prohibiting employers from deducting such confidential payments from business income, potentially making sexual harassment settlements more expensive for employers.
Michael Hanin and Uri A. Itkin Co-Author “Applying N.Y.’s Borrowing Statute to Asset-Backed Securities Claims After ‘Deutsche Bank’” in New York Law Journal
Kasowitz partners Michael Hanin and Uri A. Itkin have co-authored “Applying N.Y.’s Borrowing Statute to Asset-Backed Securities Claims After ‘Deutsche Bank,’” published in New York Law Journal.
Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Capitol Hill Visit Preparation and the Internal Dynamics of a Senate Office
Jonathan K. Waldrop Shortlisted for Managing Intellectual Property Americas Awards 2018
Kasowitz partner Jonathan K. Waldrop has been shortlisted for the Managing Intellectual Property Americas Awards 2018 in the “Outstanding Litigator: California” category.