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Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Powers of State Attorneys General at The George Washington University Law School

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Clarine Nardi Riddle Examines State Attorney General Powers and Duties Concerning Consumer Protection

Kasowitz Counsel Clarine Nardi Riddle served as a moderator and panelist as part of The George Washington University Law School’s four-part program examining the powers and duties of State Attorneys General (AGs).

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Second Circuit Affirms Judgment in Favor of Kasowitz Clients in Structured Credit Interpleader Action

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a May 2014 ruling granting judgment in favor of Kasowitz clients the DWS Parties, stakeholders in an $800 million CMBS trust administered by Wells Fargo.

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Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Government Disservice at the Partnership for Public Service

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Clarine Nardi Riddle to Present Congressional Polarization Solutions at Partnership for Public Service Seminar

Clarine Nardi Riddle will be a featured panelist at the Partnership for Public Service’s upcoming seminar covering the nonpartisan research report, “Government Disservice: Overcoming Washington Dysfunction to Improve Congressional Stewardship of the Executive Branch”

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Kasowitz Files Suit Against Consulting Firm for Botching State of Hawaii ERP Project

Kasowitz filed a lawsuit on behalf of the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation against Ciber, Inc., alleging that the consulting firm defrauded the State and engaged in other misconduct on a failed project to implement new software for the DOT’s highways division.

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Kasowitz Achieves Injunctive Relief for Private Equity Giant TPG

Kasowitz represented TPG, one of the largest private equity firms in the world, in a Texas action seeking injunctive relief against Adam Levine, former Deputy Press Secretary for George W. Bush, in connection with his breach of a confidentiality agreement.

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Kasowitz Secures Partial Summary Judgment for Emmet & Co. and First Manhattan

Kasowitz has secured partial summary judgment on behalf of clients Emmet & Co. and First Manhattan Co. in a case arising out of the partial redemption by Catholic Health East, a multi-institutional health system, of “defeased” municipal bonds, which paid above-market interest rates.