Firm's client purchased a property with a mortgage that had been recorded years earlier together with a fraudulent deed. Appellate Division affirmed that the mortgage was unenforceable.
Third party defendant made a motion to dismiss our client's third party complaint against him. Appellate Division affirmed the denial of such motion.
Appellate Division reversed an order that granted the plaintiff leave to commence a third party action against our client. Appellate Division's determination had the effect of dismissing the proposed third party complaint against our client.
Appellate Division affirmed our client's defeat of a summary judgment motion in a case where the defendant attempted to restrict our client's use of an easement.
Our firm obtained summary judgment of specific performance on behalf of our client against a property owner. The property was subsequently transferred to our client by a court appointed referee. The property owner filed a petition in the Appellate Court to have a final judgment entered, which was denied on the merits.
Appellate Court affirmed dismissal of the sole remaining claim against our client. Plaintiff alleged that our client and a co-defendant breached separate contracts to which the plaintiff was a party. After the plaintiff recovered damages from the co-defendant, Appellate Court ruled that the plaintiff's claims against our client is not permitted under the rule against double recovery.
Appellate Court reversed an Order dismissing our client's case at trial and directed a new trial.
Appellate Court affirmed an Order that denied adversary's motion to restore a case that had been dismissed in 2003 in favor of firm's client. Appellate Court also found that a sanction in the sum of $10,000 was appropriate against adversary.
Firm obtained reversal of an Order that marked a case of the calendar prior to completion of discovery.
Appellate Court affirmed Order precluding adversary from, among other things, offering any testimony or evidence at trial.
Appellate Court modified an Order of the Supreme Court reversing summary judgment on a claim for breach of contract and sending the matter back to the Lower Court for a determination with respect to damages notwithstanding that the corporation subsequently went bankrupt. The Appellate Court found that the operative agreements in the case permitted firm's client to keep his vested shares in a corporation, that the shares should not have been cancelled out and that the subsequent bankruptcy did not extinguish the value of the shares at the time of breach.
Appellate Court affirmed an Order dismissing claims against firm's client after finding that client was not an alter ego of a corporate defendant.
The Supreme Court, Kings County, confirmed a $20,000,000 arbitration award in favor of a not-for-profit organization against its former CFO for embezzlement and misuse of company funds. The Court rejected each of the former-CFO’s arguments alleging duress, bias, impropriety, and irrationality of award.
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the District of Utah’s granting of partial summary judgment to Firm’s client, holding that Client had ownership priority over a disputed loan purchased by client.
Firm obtained dismissal of Complaint alleging RICO violations and fraud in its entirety. Firm then successfully argued appeal affirming such dismissal and opposed a motion by the Plaintiff to appeal to the Court of Appeals.
Defeated Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment on $1 million fraudulent conveyance claim.
Firm obtained reversal of summary judgment in a prescriptive easement case, with a finding by the Appellate Division that Firm’s client is entitled to trial over claims that he had obtained a prescriptive easement over adjacent property.
Firm, representing the plaintiff, obtained dismissal of counterclaims by the defendants for failing to state a cause of action.
Appellate Division limited damages for breach of employment contract to date that Rabbi’s employment was subsequently properly terminated and affirmed denial of lifetime benefits to Rabbi.
Appellate Court affirmed summary judgment obtained by firm that pierced corporate veil and found related entities to be alter egos.
Firm obtained order dismissing causes of action for professional malpractice, breach of guaranty, piercing the corporate veil and conversion in action alleging breach of loan agreement. Appellate Court also affirmed Trial Court’s denial of plaintiff’s motion to amend its Complaint.
Firm obtained a denial of Plaintiff’s motion to hold the defendant in civil and criminal contempt for violating terms of a temporary restraining order on the ground that personal jurisdiction over defendants was not acquired.
Lender’s motion for summary judgment to enforce conditional assignment of promissory note affirmed on appeal.
Summary judgment dismissing claims of fraud against seller of real property.
Successful motion to dismiss action against auction company.
Holding on issue of first impression that a special relationship existed between firm’s client and defendant which rendered exculpatory provisions in agreement unenforceable as to damages caused by grossly negligent or deliberate conduct.
Preliminary injunction in favor of international arms manufacturer against distribution company to prohibit continued sales of outdated product models to military and law enforcement customers.
Preliminary injunction preventing bus manufacturer from breaching exclusive distribution agreement.
Affirmation of denial of motion to compel arbitration of license agreement.
Defeated motion to hold non-party witness in contempt, affirmed on appeal.