Law360 Recognizes Kasowitz for Handling Largest New York City Public Real Estate Deal During First Week of January 2019
Law360 recognizes Kasowitz Benson Torres as one of the leading law firms that handled one of the largest New York City public deals during the week of January 7, 2019.
Kelly A. Frawley Featured as Guest on Bold Life Television
Kasowitz matrimonial and family law partner Kelly A. Frawley was a featured guest on the lifestyle show Bold Life, published by Bold, a digital news network.
Law360 Recognizes Kasowitz for Handling One of the Largest New York City Real Estate Deals
Law360 recognizes Kasowitz Benson Torres as one of the leading law firms that handled one of the largest New York City public deals during the week of January 28, 2019.
Kasowitz Wins Four Creative Content Awards for its Website
Kasowitz Benson Torres has won four Corporate Content Awards for its website, which launched in December 2017. In describing Kasowitz’s standout website, Communicate magazine, which oversees the awards, noted, “The new approach is tough, assertive and visually arresting.”
Benchmark Litigation Shortlists Kasowitz’s Employment Team and Jessica Taub Rosenberg
Kasowitz Benson Torres’ employment litigation team has been shortlisted as 2019 Labor & Employment New York Firm of the Year by Benchmark Litigation.
Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock Quoted in Fox Business Article: “Tax Guide to Divorce in 2019”
Kasowitz Benson Torres matrimonial and family law partners Kelly A. Frawley and Emily S. Pollock are quoted in the Fox Business article: “Tax guide to divorce in 2019.”
Douglas B. Heitner Quoted in The Real Deal Article: “Brookland is facing a crisis in Israel. What does that mean for its US portfolio?”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Douglas B. Heitner is quoted in the The Real Deal article, “Brookland is facing a crisis in Israel. What does that mean for its US portfolio?”
Kasowitz Represents NYC Property Owner in $95 Million Real Estate Transaction
Kasowitz Benson Torres represented a New York City property owner in the sale of three office buildings to a joint venture comprised of East End Capital and the Ungar family for $95 million.