A Manhattan judge has rejected a legal recruiter's attempt to collect a merger fee from Blank Rome, which rejected the recruiter's proposed combination with a small New York firm but later completed the deal with the help of a different search firm. The e-mail exchange between Mark Bruce International and Blank Rome did not constitute an enforceable contract because the parties had not agreed on the terms of a fee, Supreme Court Justice Herman Cahn ruled.
Recruiter Loses Bid to Collect Merger Fee From Blank Rome
New York Law Journal
May 29, 2008
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