On behalf of Bayerische Hypo-und Vereinsbank AG ("HVB"), the second largest bank in Germany, Kasowitz won an affirmance in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit of the dismissal of claims brought against HVB by an individual who had engaged in a tax shelter transaction in 2001.
Marc E. Kasowitz Profiled by The American Lawyer as a "Litigator in the Spotlight”
Marc E. Kasowitz is featured in The American Lawyer magazine as its “Litigator in the Spotlight.”
Kasowitz Files Chapter 11 Petitions for Borders Group
Kasowitz filed chapter 11 petitions for national bookseller Borders Group, Inc., and seven of its subsidiaries, in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Kasowitz Obtains Dismissal of $5 Billion Fraudulent Conveyance Suit Against MBIA
The Appellate Division, First Department, of the New York Supreme Court ordered the dismissal of a $5 billion fraudulent conveyance action brought by certain of the world’s largest banks against Kasowitz client MBIA, the largest monoline bond insurer.
Marc E. Kasowitz Selected as “Litigator of the Week” by The American Lawyer
Marc E. Kasowitz was named “Litigator of the Week” by The American Lawyer.
Kasowitz Client, NFL Star Shawne Merriman, Awarded Millions in Judgment Against Former NBA Stars
The United States District Court for the District of Maryland entered a judgment of nearly $4 million and awarded various interests in real estate projects to Kasowitz client and NFL player Shawne Merriman in an action against former NBA and Duke players...
Kasowitz Pro Bono Team Continues to Help Reunite Political Refugee Families
Kasowitz attorneys were instrumental in helping Guinean parents living in the Bronx overcome U.S. immigration law barriers and reunite with their four year old son.
Jury Verdict for Cigarette Manufacturer Liggett Group
Florida jury decided in favor of Kasowitz client Liggett Group LLC and three other tobacco company defendants.
Kasowitz Defeats Motion to Dismiss Fortress’s Claims Against Dechert For False Legal Opinion Letter
The New York Supreme Court, Commercial Division, denied Dechert LLP’s motion to dismiss an action by Kasowitz client Fortress Investment Group, alleging that Fortress would not have entered into a bogus loan arranged by convicted felon Mark Dreier had Dechert not issued to Fortress a legal opinion relating to the transaction.