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Kasowitz Receives 2012 Safe Haven Pro Bono Award

The firm was awarded a 2012 Safe Haven Pro Bono Award from Immigration Equality, a national organization providing legal aid and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV-positive immigrants and refugees.

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Pennsylvania Superior Court Reinstates Le-Nature’s Trustee’s Malpractice Complaint Against Law Firm and Accounting Firm

The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed the trial court’s dismissal of the malpractice action brought by Kasowitz, on behalf of the Trustee for the Le-Nature’s Liquidation Trust against the law firm K&L Gates and the accounting firm Pascarella & Wiker.

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Kasowitz Wins First Department Appeal Reinstating Claims for Breach Of $1 Billion Loan Agreement

Kasowitz won a significant victory on behalf of ERC 16W Limited Partnership (“ERC”), a partnership led by private equity firm Colony Capital.

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Second Circuit Court of Appeals Reinstates Anderson News's Antitrust Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reinstated Kasowitz client Anderson News' antitrust case against major media companies.

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Appeal of Kasowitz Client, Southern Union Company, on Important Constitutional Issue

The U.S. Supreme Court heard argument in Southern Union v. United States, an appeal of Kasowitz client Southern Union from a fine imposed by a Rhode Island federal judge.

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Federal Court Upholds Kasowitz Client’s Federal and State Fraud Claims

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio upheld claims brought by Kasowitz clients MetLife and Lloyds TSB Bank plc against Credit Suisse in connection with the fraud at National Century Enterprises, Inc.

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Judge Denies Dismissal of Billion-Dollar Suit Against The Bank of New York Mellon over LyondellBasell LBO

Kasowitz commenced an action on behalf of a group of noteholders against The Bank of New York Mellon in the Commercial Division of New York County Supreme Court, alleging that BNY is liable for $1 billion of notes that were subordinated to $20 billion of senior debt.

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Kasowitz Wins Historic Trial Verdict for Google and YouTube

A federal jury in the Eastern District of Texas rendered a verdict in favor of defendants, including Google and YouTube...