Mark W. Lerner and Jessica Taub Rosenberg Recognized for Exceptional Legal Writing by The Burton Awards
Kasowitz Benson Torres employment litigation partners Mark W. Lerner and Jessica Taub Rosenberg have been awarded a 2019 Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award by The Burton Awards program, devoted to rewarding excellence in law. The legal writing Award honors lawyers who have written articles that “demonstrate clarity, cogency, and persuasive legal writing.”
Mr. Lerner and Ms. Rosenberg were recognized for their article “When Sexual Harassment Is Also a Crime,” published by the New York Law Journal. In the article, Mr. Lerner and Ms. Rosenberg discuss the overlap between civil and criminal laws governing sexual harassment in the workplace and provide guidance on how employers should respond when potentially criminal sexual conduct is reported in the workplace. Read the New York Law Journal article in its entirety.
The Burton Awards program is a national non-profit program run in association with the Library of Congress, the American Bar Association and Law360. Winners are selected by judges and law school professors from leading law schools. The legal writing Awards annually honor 30 articles based on entries submitted by the 1,000 largest law firms in the United States.