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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46994 Judge Koeltl DEFENDANTS ARE international organizations that entered into two separate loan agreements with plaintiff to provide partial financing for plaintiff’s toll road construction project in Ecuador. Plaintiff sued for breach of contract after defendants refused to make disbursements allegedly due under the respective agreements. The court denied defendants’ motions to dismiss for improper venue, finding that plaintiff established that activity in New York played a substantial role in the formation of the agreements. The court noted that defendants hired a New York law firm to review and comment on the agreements and that the firm communicated with defendants from New York via telephone, e-mail and mail. The court added that, while negotiations occurred in and between various places, the parties drafted and developed the agreement with the assistance of New York counsel working from New York and that plaintiff made payments to New York bank accounts for the legal services for all parties.

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