Michael Hanin discussed the potential impact of Volker and Risk Retention on regulatory enforcement action and civil litigation involving CLOs...
Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Powers of State Attorneys General at The George Washington University Law School
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).
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.
Clarine Nardi Riddle Speaks About Government Disservice at the Partnership for Public Service
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”
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.
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.
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.