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Victor J. Kessler Joins Bousquet Holstein Litigation Practice

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Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Victor J. Kessler has joined the Litigation Practice Group at the firm. Victor will be working in the firm’s Ithaca and Syracuse offices.

Victor’s practice spans many industries including manufacturing, insurance, health care, retail, and real estate.  Some of his representative matters include defending one of the nation’s largest retailers in a sensitive multidistrict litigation; representing merging corporations against federal antitrust regulators; defending a corporate director of a nonprofit organization; and guiding a client through arbitration following the sale of one of its lines of business.  His recent matters have involved counseling clients with respect to the administration and litigation of trusts and estates.

Victor has also maintained an active pro bono practice.  He has obtained asylum for clients in immigration proceedings, assisted a military family with obtaining a favorable settlement in federal court; and fought to recover damages on behalf of clients who suffered injuries while in government custody.

Victor brings to Bousquet Holstein years of litigation experience in the Washington, D.C. and Chicago offices of a top global law firm, where he advised clients on everything from individual pro bono cases to complex multijurisdictional disputes against federal and state governments.

Victor is a magna cum laude graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and a graduate of the University of Chicago. Victor recently moved to Ithaca with his family.

 

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