Marc E. Kasowitz and Mark P. Ressler to Discuss Fighting Antisemitism on Ivy League Campuses

Marc E. Kasowitz and Mark P. Ressler to Discuss Fighting Antisemitism on Ivy League Campuses

Marc E. Kasowitz and Mark P. Ressler will be featured speakers for a discussion titled “Suing The Ivies: An Evening with the Leading Lawyers Fighting Antisemitism on Campuses” hosted by Park East Synagogue in New York City and co-sponsored by Combat Campus Antisemitism Foundation (CCAF).  Alyza D. Lewin of the Brandeis Center will also be speaking.  Adela Cojab Moadeb, activist and author, and Alyza D. Lewin, President of the Brandeis Center, will also be speaking.

Mr. Kasowitz and Mr. Ressler will discuss the recent lawsuits they have filed on behalf of Jewish students against Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, New York University and Columbia University, alleging egregious civil rights violations for their antisemitic hostile educational environments.

The event will take place on March 6, 2024.  Register for “Suing The Ivies” here.

Combat Campus Antisemitism Foundation (CCAF) was formed to combat — through litigation under federal, state and local civil rights laws and other measures — increasingly rampant antisemitism on our country's leading university campuses and at other institutions.

Marc Kasowitz is one of the nation’s top trial lawyers handling complex commercial litigation.  He is described by CNBC as the “toughest lawyer on Wall Street,” and is widely regarded as one of the preeminent trial lawyers in the country.  He regularly serves as national trial counsel in the areas of antitrust, securities, patent, mass tort, corporate governance, fraudulent conveyance, RICO, environmental, breach of contract, and other cases.  He also has an extensive and successful track record dealing with investigations and lawsuits by state attorneys general.  He has been recognized as a preeminent lawyer by Chambers USA, Legal 500, Benchmark Litigation, The American Lawyer and the National Law Journal.

Mark P. Ressler, partner and Chair of Kasowitz’s Software Litigation Group, is a nationally recognized litigator and trial lawyer whose practice spans a wide range of cutting-edge technology matters and high-stakes commercial disputes.  His successful representation of corporations, financial firms, government entities and individuals has earned him recognition in Chambers USA, Benchmark Litigation and other publications.  A former federal prosecutor, he is also an accomplished criminal defense lawyer who has represented clients in virtually every type of white collar investigation.