After a three week trial, Kasowitz won a verdict on all claims for Verizon Wireless in the Second Judicial Court in Tallahassee, Florida.
Marc Kasowitz Profiled as One of the Most Innovative Managing Partners by Law 360
Marc Kasowitz is profiled as one of Law360’s Most Innovative Managing Partners in the country.
Kasowitz Defeats Lender's Motion to Dismiss Cabi Downtown Chapter 11 Case
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida denied the request of Bank of America, N.A. to dismiss the chapter 11 case of Kasowitz client Cabi Downtown L.L.C.
Kasowitz Defeats Motion to Dismiss Foreign Plaintiffs' Securities Fraud Claims Arising from Scheme Hatched in New York
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York denied the motion of defendants Citigroup and affiliates to dismiss the complaint filed by Kasowitz on behalf of its clients Terra Securities ASA Konkursbo.
Kasowitz Files Amicus Brief Opposing Proposed Google Book Settlement
Kasowitz filed an amicus curiae brief in Manhattan federal court opposing court approval of the proposed class settlement of Authors Guild et al v. Google Inc.
Federal Court Upholds RICO Claims Against Wachovia and Others Asserted by Kasowitz Client Le-Nature's Trustee
In three pathbreaking decisions, a U.S. District Judge in Pittsburgh upheld 25 of 26 fraud and RICO claims Kasowitz has asserted, on behalf of the Trustee for bankrupt beverage company Le-Nature's, against Wachovia and other defendants.
Kasowitz Brings Securities Fraud Action on behalf of Norwegian Towns and Securities Firm Against Citigroup
Kasowitz filed a securities fraud complaint, on behalf of seven Norwegian municipalities and the bankruptcy estate of Norwegian securities firm Terra Securities ASA, in Manhattan federal court on August 10, 2009 against Citigroup, Inc., Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. and Citigroup Alternative Investments LLC.
Kasowitz Challenges Enforceability of "Bad Boy" Guarantees
Kasowitz represents commercial real estate investor David Lichtenstein and one of his affiliated entities, Lightstone Holdings LLC, in defending against lawsuits by two groups of lenders...
Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Action Against Kasowitz Client Technical Systems
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal, for lack of personal jurisdiction under New York's long-arm statute, of an action against Kasowitz client Technical Systems, Inc.