Things may get a little awkward at 1633 Broadway in New York City over the next few weeks, because one tenant — Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman — has lured away 15 attorneys from its building neighbor, Dickstein Shapiro, including Robin Cohen, the managing partner of Dickstein’s New York office and a litigator with a book of business well into the millions, according to two sources familiar with the deal.

Cohen worked at Anderson Kill & Olick before moving to Dickstein, where she represents clients in disputes against insurance companies, according to her bio. The National Law Journal, one of the Am Law Daily blog’s sibling publications, has named her one of the 50 most influential female lawyers in the U.S.

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