Notable Cases

Our Results Speak For Themselves

The cases below represent examples of the wide range of cases that the firm and its attorneys have handled over the years.

Rosenshein v. Kushner 2023 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 208 (2d Dept, Jan 18, 2023)

Appellate Division affirms lower court’s ruling that plaintiffs adequately plead alter ego theory against individual defendants based upon allegations that defendants dominated the related entity defendants Mercury Credit Corp., Paradigm CF Corp., Paradigm Credit Corp., and/or Paradigm Capital Funding, LLC, and that the defendants engaged in acts amounting to an abuse of the corporate form to perpetrate a wrong or injustice against the plaintiffs. The Appellate Division further upheld the lower court’s application of six-year statute of limitation to the Plaintiff’s fraud claims.

$850,000.00 settlement against a WISE (World Institute of Scientology Enterprises) affiliate

In an action filed with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging religious discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

AILEEN S. v. MICHAEL D., 2020 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 4463 (Fam. Ct., Nassau Cty. 2019)

Reported in New York Law Journal, “Decision of Interest” on August 31, 2020. – Mother found not to be the Custodial Parent, not entitled to child support. Petition for Support filed by Mother dismissed. Possibly right above M.V.D. v. A.T.S.

Robert “Preppie Killer” Chambers contempt case

Represented Jennifer Levin’s estate.

Brembo, S.P.A. v T.A.W. Performance LLC

2018 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 5755 (Sup. Ct., New York Cty. 2019) – Court grants reargument and, upon reargument, vacates that part of its prior order dismissing third-party defendants. The court determined that facts may exist to exercise personal jurisdiction over these parties. Permits limited jurisdictional discovery.

Brembo, S.P.A. v T.A.W. Performance LLC

176 A.D.3d 535 (1st Dept, 2019) – Trial Court’s denial of Brembo, S.P.A.’s motion to dismiss in multi-million dollar breach of exclusive distribution agreement affirmed by First Department. Our firm represents distributor on claims against Brembo S.P.A. for breach of its multi-national distribution agreement.

Designer Limousine, Inc. v Authority Transp., Inc.

176 A.D.3d 670 (2d Dept, 2019) – Second Department affirms Supreme Court’s determination to deny summary judgment dismissing the fraud cause of action.

A.T.S. v. M.V.D.

2019 NYLJ LEXIS 1692 (Fam. Ct., Nassau Cty 2019) – Reported in New York Law Journal, “Decision of Interest” on March 29, 2019 – Court awards parties’ joint custody of children. Father awarded residential custody over children.

Galasso, Langione & Botter, LLP v Galasso

176 A.D.3d 1176 (2d Dept, 2019) – Bank was not entitled to summary judgment dismissing a claim alleging negligent conduct as to a law firm’s escrow account because there were triable issues of fact as to whether the bank was negligent in knowingly permitting a non-attorney to be a signatory on a client escrow account, and whether such negligence was a proximate cause of the loss of funds deposited in the account.

Galasso, Langione & Botter, LLP v Galasso

176 A.D.3d 1184 (2d Dept, 2019) – Summary judgment on legal malpractice claim affirmed, in part.

Matter of Golban v Zalmanov

178 A.D.3d 1037   (2d Dept, 2019) – Appellate Division affirmed a determination by Family Court, Nassau County (Singer, J) granting the father’s petition for sole legal and residential custody of the child.

Matter of T.G. v V.Z.

2019 NY Slip Op 50210(U) (Fam. Ct., Nassau Cty. January 31, 2019) -Reported in New York Law Journal, “Decision of Interest” on March 25, 2019. Sole residential and legal custody awarded to the father.

JB Aviation, LLC v. R. Aviation Charter Services

14 CV 5175 (E.D.N.Y, 2017) – Reported in New York Law Journal, “Decision of Interest” dated September 18, 2017.

Zahradnikova v. Buhl

2017 NY Slip Op 31585(U) (NY Sup Ct., NY Cty.  2017) – Defeated motion to dismiss on an oral partnership agreement between nonmarried couples. Only the third case reported in New York State on this topic.

Matter of Leah F. v. Efraim F.

2017 NY Slip Op 50933(U) (NY Family Ct., Kings Cty. 2017) – After an 8-day trial, family offense upheld against one of New York City’s wealthiest real estate developers.  Order of Protection obtained in favor of our firm’s client.

Katt v. Markov

121 A.D.3d 542 (1st Dept. 2014) – Successfully defended appeal by the plaintiff. Appellate Division held that agreement for the purchase of plaintiff’s goods by defendant terminated the fiduciary relationship between the parties. Moreover, Appellate Division upheld the release of fiduciary by a sophisticated principal where evidence established that the principal understood that the fiduciary was acting in his own interest and knowingly entered into release.

Troccoli v. Zarabi

57 A.D.3d 931 (2nd Dept. 2008) -Won a reversal of trial court’s dismissal of an action against the seller for his fraudulent inducement of the plaintiff to enter into a contract for the purchase of real estate.

Am. Nat’l Theatre & Acad. v. Am. Nat’l Theatre, Inc

472 F. Supp.2d 487 (S.D.N.Y 2006) – Successfully defended a prominent national theater company’s use of its name in a complex intellectual property action brought in the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York. I also filed the trademark for the theater company and defended its use before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Metzger v. Yuenger Woodworking Corp. et al

33 A.D.3d 678 (2nd Dept. 2006) – Won a reversal of trial court’s dismissal in an action seeking recovery of $1,750,000.00 in damages for constructive fraudulent transfers under New York Debtor-Creditor Law 273 and 273-a and actual fraud under New York Debtor and Creditor Law 276.

Merchants T & F, Inc v. Drucker

19 A.D.3d 134 (1st Dept. 2005) Successfully argued for a dismissal of a fraudulent conveyance action against his client because of the plaintiff’s willful and contumacious refusal to comply with multiple orders of disclosure. On appeal, the trial court’s order of dismissal was affirmed by the Appellate Division, First Department.

Ghilduta v. The Trump Corporation et al

(SDNY) Defeated defendants’ motion for summary judgment in a “hybrid claim” action brought pursuant to § 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act, alleging employer’s breach of a collective bargaining agreement and a union’s breach of its duty of fair representation.

Herman v. Spitz

2004 WL 2852659 (Civil Court, N.Y. County 2004). Reported in New York Law Journal, “Decision of Interest”, on October 29, 2004.  Court held that medical evidence is not essential to finding the plaintiff liable for the defendant’s emotional distress, but relevant only to the extent of her damages. Plaintiff’s motion to dismiss the defendant’s counterclaim was denied.

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