Pei Chuang v. OD Expense LLC, Fed.Appx. After successfully opposing defendants' motion to compel arbitration before a federal district court in a securities fraud case, we defeated defendants' appeal to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Periera v. Creative Artists Agency et al (17-cv-2426-CM) Court dismissed complaint against the four major Hollywood talent agencies.
Pei Chuang v. OD Expense LLC, et al (16-cv-0915-RGA) In a lawsuit alleging securities fraud we defeated a motion to compel arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act.
ABKCO Music, Inc. et al v. Sagan et. al. (15-cv-04025-ER-HBP) Motion to Quash granted, court allows written questions only.
Melendez v. Historic Hudson Valley and Scully Const., (2016 WL 1558679 (2016) Defendants successfully opposed Plaintiffs’ summary judgment motion pursuant to Labor Law § 240(1) for injuries purportedly sustained due to a scaffold collapse.
Pagan v. Morganti Nat., Inc. (2016 WL 355507 (2016)) Defendants granted summary judgment dismissing Labor Law §§ 240(1), 241(6), 200 and common law negligence claims by worker alleging injury at construction site.
Board of Managers of 125 North 10th Condominium v. 125 North10, LLC et al. (51 Misc.3d 585 (2016) 25 N.Y.S.3d 825, 2016 N.Y. Slip Op. 26021) Subcontractor third-party defendant obtained dismissal of claims brought by general contractor for declaratory judgment and contractual indemnification in action for construction defects in an 86-unit luxury condominium in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Whittemore v. Yeo (117 A.D.3d 544 (2014) 986 N.Y.S.2d 69, 2014 N.Y. Slip Op. 03597) Appellate Division First Department affirmed $11.9 million dollar judgement obtained by Bushell, Sovak, Ozer & Gulmi LLP and co-counsel against a former Undersecretary of the Treasury for his role in defrauding his investor who was an original partner in Morgan Stanley LLC.
Whittemore v. Yeo (112 A.D.3d 475 (2013) 977 N.Y.S.2d 15, 2013 N.Y. Slip Op. 08338) Appellate Division First Department affirmed guarantor of loan established prima facie unjust enrichment claim and that claim was timely.
Whittemore v. Yeo (99 A.D.3d 496 (2012) 952 N.Y.S.2d 136, 2012 N.Y. Slip Op. 06763) Appellate Division First Department affirmed trial court finding that Defendants’ excuse for delay in answering was not reasonable.