Kasowitz Attorneys Co-Author Article on USA Trends & Developments in Chambers Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide
Kasowitz Benson Torres partners Paul M. “Tad” O'Connor III, Joshua D. Fulop and Matthew B. Stein, and Special Counsel Daniel J. Koevary co-authored USA - Trends and Developments, included in Chambers Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide. In the article, the authors provide an overview of the top U.S. legal trends in 2022, including Department of Justice enforcement priorities, environmental, social and governance litigation risks for public companies, bankruptcy litigation, pay transparency, and employment policies regarding abortion rights.
Read the USA Litigation Trends & Developments Section.
Paul M. “Tad” O'Connor III, partner and co-chair of Kasowitz Benson Torres’ Real Estate Litigation practice, represents private equity firms, financial institutions, real estate developers and owners, hotel operators, corporations and high-net-worth individuals in commercial disputes involving commercial and hotel properties in the U.S. and Europe.
Joshua D. Fulop, employment litigation partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, represents employers and senior executives in disputes concerning the enforcement of employment agreements and non-competition covenants, compensation, claims of discrimination, harassment and employee misconduct, and federal and state wage and hour laws.
Matthew B. Stein, bankruptcy litigation partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, represents debtors, creditors, statutory and ad hoc committees, indenture trustees, private equity funds and other investors throughout the capital structure in complex restructurings, reorganizations and liquidation proceedings.
Daniel J. Koevary, Special Counsel at Kasowitz Benson Torres, is a former prosecutor who has handled a variety of high-stakes matters for insurers, private equity firms and Fortune 500 companies. He represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation matters as well as government investigations and white collar criminal matters.
Associates Andrew Elkin, Michael D. Fuzaylov, and Caitlin L. O’Fallon assisted with the preparation of this article.