Three new partners join the Business Litigation Team at King & Spalding

King & Spalding Adds to Its Business Litigation Practice with Experienced Partners Jennifer Recine, Sarmad Khojasteh, and David Kupfer

King & Spalding has announced the addition of three experienced partners to its business litigation practice group in New York. Jennifer Recine, Sarmad Khojasteh, and David Kupfer have all joined the firm from Kasowitz Benson Torres.

Recine co-chaired the real estate litigation practice at Kasowitz Benson Torres and brings a wide range of experience in complex commercial, real estate, land use, and environmental disputes to King & Spalding. Her expertise will be a valuable asset to the firm’s clients as they navigate these complex legal matters.

Khojasteh focuses on complex business disputes, including securities and credit-related matters, commercial and contract disputes, and corporate governance issues. He joins King & Spalding with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in these areas of law, which will benefit the firm’s clients in navigating these challenging legal issues.

Kupfer represents both plaintiffs and defendants in civil and criminal matters as well as regulatory investigations. His experience in these areas will be a valuable asset to the firm’s clients as they navigate complex legal issues.

The addition of these experienced partners strengthens King & Spalding’s business litigation practice in New York. This move demonstrates the firm’s commitment to providing top-notch legal services to their clients. The partners bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise in various areas of law, which will benefit the firm’s clients in navigating complex legal matters.

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