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

Recine, who was co-chair of the real estate litigation practice at Kasowitz Benson Torres, brings extensive experience in complex commercial, real estate, land use and environmental disputes to King & Spalding. She will be a valuable asset to the firm’s clients in solving complex legal issues.

Khojasteh, who focuses on complex business litigation, including securities and credit matters, commercial and contractual disputes and corporate governance matters, will also be a valuable addition to the firm’s New York commercial litigation practice. He has extensive experience in handling high-stakes cases and will bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the firm’s clients.

Kupfer represents both plaintiffs and defendants in civil and criminal matters, as well as in regulatory investigations. He has extensive experience in handling complex cases involving multiple parties and jurisdictions. He will bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the firm’s New York commercial litigation practice.

The addition of these experienced partners strengthens King & Spalding’s New York commercial litigation practice. This move demonstrates the firm’s commitment to providing superior legal services to its clients. The partners bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise in various areas of law, which will benefit the firm’s clients in solving complex legal issues.

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