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Kirsch & Niehaus New Office

We are excited to share that as our team continues to grow, we have moved into a new office at 950 Third Avenue. We look forward to continuing to provide the same high-quality representation and bringing home exceptional results from our new location.

Navigating Arbitral Subpoenas In A Post-COVID Landscape

Law360, August 1, 2022

Emily Kirsch and Craig Tarasoff shared their thoughts with Law360 on how the COVID-19 pandemic shone a bright light on the limits of arbitral subpoenas in an increasingly virtual world, how to best navigate this landscape, and what needs to change going forward.

Kreindler Says 9/11 Case Leak Doesn't Warrant Sanctions

Law360, January 19, 2022

Kirsch & Niehaus represents Kriendler & Kriendler LLP in their case involving a former consultant's disclosure of documents related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Emily Kirsch gave a statement to Law360 reiterating their argument that the former consultant acted alone without knowledge of the firm, and that Kriendler & Kriendler's main focus remains obtaining justice for the loved ones of 9/11 victims. 

N.Y. Firm Spurns Ex-Clinton White House Counsel's Fee Demand for 9/11 Work

Reuters, September 7, 2021

Kirsch & Niehaus represents N.Y. firm Kriendler & Kriendler LLP in litigation surrounding the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Emily Kirsch is quoted in the article about Kriendler & Kriendler asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit from a former lawyer in the Bill Clinton White House claiming the firm has not paid him for his work with advocating for victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 

Kirsch & Niehaus, PLLC Wins Dismissal of All Claims Against Ja Rule Arising from Fyre Festival Litigation
November 7, 2019

On November 7, 2019, Paul Niehaus of Kirsch & Niehaus PLLC won a full dismissal, with prejudice, of all claims against Ja Rule in a putative class action arising from the infamous Fyre Festival. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York had earlier dismissed most of the claims against Ja Rule, but had provided plaintiffs with a final opportunity to replead a handful of claims. Plaintiffs were unable to do so, and the court’s ruling effectively ends the litigation as against Ja Rule. The full opinion may be found here, and a Law360 article on the ruling may be found here.

Cannabis Investor Must Arbitrate Equity Fight Over $1.35B IPO

Law360, October 9, 2019

Emily Kirsch is quoted in this article about a case in which the individual Kirsch & Niehaus represented alleged Columbia Care founders stiffed him out of a large chunk of his equity.

Pure Intellectual Pursuit: The Camaraderie and Competition of the Hinton Moot Court

The University of Chicago Law School Alumni Magazine, Fall 2018

Paul Niehaus is prominently featured in the University of Chicago Law School alumni magazine article about the history of the Edward W. Hinton Moot Court competition. 

When Fair Is Foul: The Confusing State of FDCPA Guidance in the Second Circuit

Paul R. Niehaus and Emily B. Kirsch
New York Law Journal, May 11, 2018

Recent developments in the Second Circuit’s interpretation of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) have undermined the security of the safe harbor previously established by the court and have created a situation whereby almost any debt collection letter is susceptible to claims that it violates FDCPA.