IN RE JOAN HANSEN & COMPANY, INC., pet-res, v. EVERLAST WORLD'S BOXING HEADQUARTERS CORP. Respondents-ap
8757. IN RE JOAN HANSEN & COMPANY, INC., pet-res, v. EVERLAST WORLD'S BOXING HEADQUARTERS CORP. Respondents-ap — Schlacter & Associates, New York (Jed R. Schlacter of counsel), for ap — Phillips Nizer LLP, New York (George Berger of counsel), for res — Judgment, Supreme Court, New York County (Geoffrey D. Wright, J.), entered October 6, 2011, confirming an arbitral award, unanimously affirmed, with costs., respondents Everlast World's Boxing Headquarters Corp. and Everlast Worldwide, Inc. (Everlast) did not default by failing to timely answer the petition or by moving to vacate the arbitral award instead of filing a cross petition to dismiss (see CPLR 404; 7502[a][iii]). Indeed, Everlast's motion to vacate did not prejudice any substantial right belonging to petitioner (see CPLR 2001).
|February 19, 2013
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