Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Jessica Taub Rosenberg will participate in a panel discussion titled “Hypothetical Scenarios on Equal Pay, Family Leave, and the #MeToo Movement: The Unwritten Rules for Addressing Highly Sensitive, Complex Challenges,” as part of the American Conference Institut...
Variety Recognizes Kasowitz Attorneys in its 2019 “Legal Impact Report”
Variety has selected Kasowitz Benson Torres partners John V. Berlinski and Daniel A. Saunders, and associates Candace Frazier and Kimberly A. Meyer, for inclusion in its prestigious 2019 “Legal Impact Report.”
Kasowitz Wins Significant Appellate Victory for InterContinental Hotels Group
Kasowitz Benson Torres has obtained a significant appellate victory for client InterContinental Hotels Group, one of the largest multinational hotel franchisors of world-wide brands such as Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, InterContinental and Kimpton, in an action involving IHG’s long-term license agreement related to the 795-room Crowne Plaza Times Square hotel in New York City.
Andrew K. Glenn Joins Law360’s 2019 Bankruptcy Editorial Advisory Board
For the second year in a row, Law360 has selected Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Andrew K. Glenn to join its Bankruptcy editorial advisory board.
Lawdragon Recognizes Mark W. Lerner as One of the Most Powerful Employment Lawyers in the U.S.
Lawdragon has included Kasowitz Benson Torres employment litigation partner Mark W. Lerner in its 2019 “Most Powerful Corporate Employment Lawyers” list.
Kevin J. Arquit Authors “Don’t Discount Drug Discounting”
Kevin J. Arquit, partner and Co-Chair of the antitrust practice at Kasowitz Benson Torres, has authored “Don’t Discount Drug Discounting,” published in Law360.
Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Co-Author “Yes, You Can Change Your Career During Your Divorce”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock have co-authored “Yes, You Can Change Your Career During Your Divorce.”
Kasowitz Defeats Motion to Reform Real Estate Joint Venture Agreements Based on Alleged Attorney Drafting Error
On March 20, 2019, Vice Chancellor Glasscock of the Delaware Court of Chancery ruled in favor of Kasowitz Benson Torres client Erwin Gonzalez, a real estate investor, by denying a petition brought by two of Gonzalez’s real estate investment partners. The petition sought to reform the operating agreements governing the parties’ joint investments, on the ground that the investor petitioners’ corporate attorneys at a different law firm made a mistake in preparing the agreements, which the petitioners claimed they signed without reading.
Kasowitz Hosts Women’s Roundtable
Kasowitz Benson Torres hosted “Women’s Roundtable: Forging Your Own Path,” at the firm’s New York office in February.