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13 Katsky Korins Attorneys Named 2023 New York Metro Super Lawyers

Thirteen Katsky Korins LLP attorneys have been recognized in the 2023 edition of Super Lawyers, the prominent legal industry ranking and have been named “Super Lawyers,” in the recently released 2023 New York Metro listing. Partner Adrienne B Koch was also included in the Super Lawyers “Top 50…

Steven Newman and Robert Abrams Score Summary Judgment Against well Known Property Owner Who Defaulted On His Commercial Loan

Katsky Korins partners Steven Newman and Robert Abrams recently obtained, on behalf of a mortgage lender, a significant decision from New York County Supreme Court Justice Francis A. Kahn, III.  Justice Kahn granted summary judgment, finding that the lender properly accelerated the loan after two missed payments. The…

Daniel Walfish and Rachel Penski Fissell Score Rare Appellate Reversal in SEC Enforcement Case

Katsky Korins partners Daniel Walfish and Rachel Penski Fissell have obtained a significant precedential ruling from the Ninth Circuit in a case raising questions about how to compute and assess a civil money penalty in SEC enforcement actions brought under the 1933 and 1934 Acts. Walfish and Fissell…

Katsky Korins Grows Litigation Group with Two New Partners

Katsky Korins LLP is thrilled to welcome Daniel Walfish and Rachel Penski Fissell as partners to the firm. Walfish and Fissell bring to Katsky Korins an active practice launched at Walfish & Fissell PLLC focused on securities, corporate disputes and regulatory matters. “We are overjoyed to add Dan…

Steven Newman and Robert Abrams Obtain Significant Decision from Bankruptcy Court Judge James L. Garrity, Jr.

Katsky Korins partners Steven Newman and Robert Abrams recently obtained, on behalf of mortgage lender, a significant decision from Bankruptcy Judge James L. Garrity, Jr. of the Southern District of New York, dismissing a single asset debtor’s bankruptcy case as a bad faith filing and directing monies held…

The New York Law Journal Publishes Article by Adrienne Koch, Neil Miller on Specific Performance Remedy

Partners Adrienne B. Koch and Neil S. Miller are writing a four-part series in 2023 for the New York Law Journal on remedies in real estate transactions. Their second article published on May 2 and addresses the availability of specific performance for breach of an agreement that involves…

The New York Law Journal Publishes First Article in Series by Adrienne Koch, Neil Miller on Remedies in Real Estate Transactions

Partners Adrienne B. Koch and Neil S. Miller are writing a four-part series in 2023 for the New York Law Journal on remedies in real estate transactions. Their first article, published on March 1, discusses the enforceability of liquid damages provisions in real estate transaction agreements. You can…

The New York Law Journal Publishes Article by Adrienne Koch on Appealability of Interlocutory Orders

The New York Law Journal has published an article by partner Adrienne Koch about the nuances on the appealability of interlocutory orders. Adrienne explains how some types of orders are not appealable absent permission, while others require additional procedural steps before an appeal can be taken. You can…

Steven Feigenbaum and Timothy Holland Obtain Significant Decision from Judge Lewis A. Kaplan

Katsky Korins partners Steven Feigenbaum and Timothy Holland recently obtained, on behalf of a major European financial institution, a significant decision from Judge Lewis A. Kaplan, of the Southern District of New York, confirming two foreign arbitral awards and entering a judgment based on the court’s in rem…

The New York Law Journal Publishes Article by Adrienne Koch on Buyout Provision Disputes

The New York Law Journal has published the third and final article of a 2022 series by partner Adrienne Koch on common features of real estate transactions that can benefit from a litigation analysis in the negotiation phase. In this latest piece, Adrienne discusses some of the enforcement…