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NYLJ Decision Alert

From: The New York Law Journal Daily Case Update <>, sent: 13:43:37 - 30.12.2016

NYLJ | Case Update



Hamilton 65th Partners, LLC v. Smallbone Inc., 652414/2015

RPL §232-c Inapplicable; Landlord Judicially Estopped From Seeking Holdover Rent Read More »

Nycha - Gowanus Houses v. Encarnacion, L&T 14005/15

Landlord Contributes to Tenant's Failure To Move Out on Time, Grants Stay of Warrant Read More »

Supreme Court, Clinton County

Matter of Jacobson v. Blaise, 2016-1037

Civil Rights/Civil Procedure/Education Law/Education

Panel to Hear Student's Claim of False Expulsion Read More »

County Court, Orange County

People v. Regina Lewis, 5617/2015

Criminal Law

Court OKs Threat Charge Against Woman Who Implied Violent Response to Housing Decision Read More »

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Panas, 12-29345

Defendants Fail to Show Bank Negotiated In Bad Faith Under CPLR 3408(f) Read More »

Vogel v. Mount Airy #1, LLC, 601610/16

Mere Solicitation, Sending Corporate Officers To NY Does Not Demonstrate Presence in State Read More »

U.S. Bank Trust, N.A. v. Dolma, L&T Index # 54417/16

Tenant Granted Reargument, Dismissal Of Landlord's Eviction Proceeding Read More »

700 Bklyn Realty LLC v. Forsythe, L&T 68197/2016

Tenant Establishes Colorable Claim of Fraud, Granted Discovery Beyond Four Year Look-Back Read More »

NAM Perspectives – Drafting The Arbitration Provision In Commercial Contracts, Part 2: The Nuts And Bolts That Make A Provision Work

When parties enter into a commercial contract that contains an arbitration provision, they are usually in the honeymoon stage of the business relationship. An agreement which specifies arbitration as the sole form of dispute resolution is much like a prenuptial agreement. Read More »

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Arnold v. The Research Foundation for the State University of NY., 15-cv-05971

Complaint May Be Amended to Claim Research Foundation Interfered With Rights Under FMLA Read More »

Separzadeh v. Iconix Brand Group, Inc., 15 Civ. 8643

Information Obtained During Settlement May Support Motion to Amend Complaint Read More »

ING Bank N.V. v. M/V Voge Fiesta, 16-cv-2051

Security Amounts Set in Attachment Actions; 'Claims Fairly Stated' Do Not Include Legal Fees Read More »

Ruffrano v. HSBC Finance Corp., 15CV958

Defendant Need Not Produce Materials About Call System; Privilege Log Must Be Produced Read More »

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