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June 21, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

People in the News—June 21, 2024—King Spry, Blank Rome

King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, announced the addition of Rachel Sokolsky to the firm's special education law practice.
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Cates v. Schlemovitz
Publication Date: 2023-10-02
Practice Area: Copyrights
Industry:
Court: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, U.S. - NDNY
Judge: District Judge Anne M. Nardacci
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: Plaintiff pro se: Cameron Cates, of counsel, South New Berlin, NY.
For defendant: Attorneys for Defendant Jared Schlemovitz d/b/a Junto Sounds: Ronald A. Giller, Esq., of counsel, Gordon & Rees Scully Mansukhani, Florham Park, NJ. Attorneys for Defendants Procter & Gamble Corporation d/b/a Febreze, Grey Global Group LLC, and WPP Group USA, Inc.: Marc J. Rachman, Esq., Jennifer T. Klausner, Esq., Danielle C. Zolot, Esq., of counsel, Davis & Gilbert LLP, New York, New York.
Case number: 3:21-CV-00805

Infringement Suit Fails to State Claim; Works' Similarities Minimal, Not Copyrightable

September 22, 2023 | New York Law Journal

Attorneys 'On the Move': Commercial Litigation Partner Joins Hunton Andrews Kurth; Paul, Weiss Adds Infrastructure Adviser

And other announcements of recent hirings and promotions of New York attorneys.
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September 06, 2023 | The Legal Intelligencer

Schnader Attorneys Scatter in Wake of Firm Dissolution

Ten lawyers have landed as shareholders at Segal McCambridge. Additionally, the firm's Pittsburgh-based higher education chair joined Ogletree Deakins, while several New York partners have moved to Pryor Cashman and Gordon Rees.
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August 17, 2023 | Daily Report Online

Hall Booth Smith Elects 6 Partners; Gordon Rees Adds Partner in Atlanta

"The ones who don't make it likely need more seasoning," said Fred Hubbs of the firm's partner nomination committee.
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Robinson v. Synergy Capital, LLC
Publication Date: 2023-08-01
Practice Area: Contracts
Industry:
Court: Supreme Court, New York
Judge: Justice Lucy Billings
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For Plaintiff: Reid Kahn Esq. And Jonathan Sabin Esq., Kane Kessler, P.C., New York, NY.
For defendant: For Defendants: Anthony B. Corleto Esq., Gordon & Rees, Harrison, NY.
Case number: 652043/2020

Oral Contract For Payment of an Investment Procured Is Enforceable, Judge Rules

Robinson v. Synergy Alternative Capital LLC
Publication Date: 2023-07-27
Practice Area: Employment Litigation
Industry:
Court: Supreme Court, New York
Judge: Justice Lucy Billings
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For Plaintiff: Reid Kahn Esq. And Jonathan Sabin Esq., Kane Kessler, P.C., New York, NY.
For defendant: For Defendants: Anthony B. Corleto Esq., Gordon & Rees, Harrison, NY.
Case number: 652043/2020

Court Denies Employer's Motion to Dismiss Breach of Oral Compensation Agreement Claim

July 10, 2023 | Litigation Daily

Litigation Leaders: Miles Scully of Gordon Rees on the Value of Being in All 50 States

"The reason that everybody eats at McDonald's is that you know your Quarter Pounder is going to taste the same in New York as it's going to taste in Alaska," says the name partner of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani. "So the idea was to give our clients consistent service across all 50 states."
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July 10, 2023 | The Recorder

Litigation Leaders: Miles Scully of Gordon Rees on the Value of Being in All 50 States

"The reason that everybody eats at McDonald's is that you know your Quarter Pounder is going to taste the same in New York as it's going to taste in Alaska," says the name partner of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani. "So the idea was to give our clients consistent service across all 50 states."
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May 16, 2023 | New Jersey Law Journal

2 Counts Dismissed in $5M Insurance Claim Over NJ Helicopter Crash That Killed Country Music Star

"Where the plaintiff 'has neither provided a copy' nor 'referenced a single provision from the disputed contract,' the plaintiff has not sufficiently alleged 'nor can the court ascertain' whether the plaintiff is a beneficiary at all," said Judge Michael A. Shipp citing a U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey case, "Kaminski v. Township of Toms River."
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