Kasowitz Attorneys Named Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
Kasowitz Benson Torres attorneys have been recognized in the 2019 edition of Super Lawyers in the “Northern California” category.
Kevin J. Arquit Featured as Guest on Bloomberg TV
Kevin J. Arquit, partner and Co-Chair of the antitrust practice at Kasowitz Benson Torres, was a featured guest on the July 16, 2019 installment of financial news show “Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power” on Bloomberg TV.
Kasowitz Tops Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under Hot List for Second Consecutive Year
Benchmark Litigation has named nine Kasowitz partners to its 2019 40& Under Hot List
Kasowitz Files Lawsuit against Envestnet and Yodlee Alleging Fraud and Theft of Trade Secrets
Kasowitz Benson Torres, on behalf of FinancialApps (“FinApps”), a developer of software allowing financial service companies to evaluate credit risk more effectively than ever before, has sued Envestnet, a $3 billion wealth management software provider, and its subsidiary Yodlee, a consumer financial data aggregator, alleging theft of FinApps’ valuable proprietary information and trade secrets to unlawfully develop software products that compete with FinApps.
Kasowitz Secures Marine Corps Major Brezler's Right to Continue to Serve
In a successful conclusion to seven years of litigation, Kasowitz pro bono client Marine Corps Major Jason Brezler will be permitted to continue to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Quoted in PureWow Article: “How to Improve Communication in Marriage, According to a Divorce Lawyer”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock are quoted at length in the PureWow article: “How to Improve Communication in Marriage, According to a Divorce Lawyer.”
Adam L. Shiff and Shai Schmidt Co-Author “3rd Circ. Continues Momentive Trend For Secured Creditors”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Adam L. Shiff and associate Shai Schmidt have co-authored “3rd Circ. Continues Momentive Trend For Secured Creditors,” published in Law360.
Kasowitz Prevails on Summary Judgment Motion by Goldman Sachs Seeking Dismissal of Astra Asset’s Claims Arising From Goldman’s Abacus CDO Misconduct
On August 1, 2019, Judge Jennifer Frisch of the Minnesota District Court denied defendant Goldman Sachs’s motion for summary judgment on claims asserted by Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, on behalf of Astra Asset Management, a London-based alternative asset manager, an investor in notes issued by Goldman’s Abacus 2006-10 synthetic CDO.