Kasowitz Obtains Summary Judgment Dismissal for Townsquare Media in Five-Year Litigation Seeking Millions
Kasowitz obtained a summary judgment victory in an important and hotly contested litigation against its client Townsquare Media, a media company owning nearly 250 radio stations nationwide.
U.S. Court of Appeals Sides with Kasowitz Clients in Recovery of Herzog Art Collection
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled in favor of Kasowitz clients, the heirs to the Herzog Collection, in the recovery of the largest private art collection in Hungary prior to World War II.
Sheron Korpus Named “Legal Lion” by Law360 Following Landmark Supreme Court Decision
Sheron Korpus has been recognized in Law360’s Weekly Roundup as a “Legal Lion” following a landmark 5-4 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court for Kasowitz client Comcast Corporation.
Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Kasowitz Client Comcast in Landmark Antitrust Class Action Decision
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Kasowitz client, Comcast Corp., in an antitrust class action suit alleging that the cable service provider monopolized the Philadelphia cable market.
Kasowitz Client MBIA Victorious in BoA/SocGen Lawsuit Over MBIA's 2009 Restructuring
New York State Supreme Court Justice Barbara R. Kapnick issued a decision dismissing ABN Amro Bank NV, et al. v. Dinallo, et al., a lawsuit against MBIA and the New York State Department of Financial Services.
Kasowitz Defeats Motion for Class Certification in Wage and Hour Action
Kasowitz defeated a motion for Rule 23 class certification on behalf of a New York-based Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee.
Kasowitz Files Defamation Lawsuit on Behalf of Energy Contractor Against Venezuelan Bank and Its President
Kasowitz is representing Derwick Associates, a leading equipment and service provider to power plant companies, in a lawsuit filed September 13, 2012, in Miami against a Venezuelan bank, its chairman and another director.
Kasowitz Client Prevails on U.S. Supreme Court Appeal on Important Constitutional Question
In an important decision affecting criminal prosecutions of corporations, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the appeal of Kasowitz client, Southern Union Company.