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Appellate Division, Second Department: March 28, 2024
Publication Date: 2024-03-27
Practice Area: Appellate Division Activity | Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
Court: Appellate Division, Second Department, Motion List & Order on Application
Judge: Unsigned
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Case number: DOCKET

Motion List & Order on Application released on:March 25, 2024

Minkoff v. Creative Manhattan, Inc.
Publication Date: 2024-02-09
Practice Area: Contracts
Court: Supreme Court, New York
Judge: Justice Lyle E. Frank
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Case number: 651691/2023

Plaintiff Failed to Show Defendant's Actions Were Proximate Cause of Injuries

November 16, 2023 | Legaltech News

Legal Tech Rundown: IBM Launches AI Governance Platform, Hanzo Announces SpotlightAI and More

An update on the legal tech market's past few weeks, from product launches to new partnerships.
7 minute read
August 15, 2022 | Insurance Coverage Law Center

How Not To Win A Bad Faith Hail Damage Case

This guest column by well-known attorney Chip Merlin discussed bad faith claims and how they're represented.
9 minute read
March 07, 2022 | Daily Business Review

Miami-Dade Judge Approves $83 Million Settlement Agreement in Surfside Condo Collapse Suit

"If my clients have any objections to any part of it, the devil sometimes being in the details, we will not hesitate to assert them knowing we will get a fair hearing," said defense attorney Brian Dervishi, of Weissman & Dervishi in Miami.
3 minute read
December 09, 2021 | Daily Business Review

Good News for Insurer That Denied $18 Million in Hailstorm Coverage to South Florida Condo Association

In 2019, a condo association submitted a revised claim for $18 million after damages that occurred after a 2015 hail storm.
4 minute read
June 30, 2021 |

Heroin Needle and Cereal Box Figure in Plaintiffs' NY Opioid Trial Opening. Plus: What Lawyers Make of SCOTUS' Data Breach Decision

"The opioid epidemic didn't happen by accident," Hunter Shkolnik of Napoli Shkolnik told jurors in a Long Island law school lecture hall.
8 minute read
May 12, 2021 |

Peloton's Recall of Treadmills Could Halt Consumer Lawsuits. Plus: Key Decisions Coming on Pandemic Business-Interruption Insurance Cases.

The exercise equipment compnay is offering full refunds, software upgrades and other perks designed to diminish the potential economic damages available through a consumer class action.
7 minute read
October 21, 2020 | Daily Business Review

Oops, Wrong Carrier: South Florida Court Clarifies Exception to Misidentification Rule

"There may be a technical deficiency about them but, at the end of the day, these things get filed because the insurance companies won't pay," plaintiffs counsel said.
4 minute read
Bryant v. Gen. Cas. Co. of Wisconsin
Publication Date: 2020-09-04
Practice Area: Contractual Disputes | Evidence | Insurance Litigation
Industry: Insurance
Court: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, U.S. - NDNY
Judge: District Judge David Hurd
For plaintiff: Attorneys for Plaintiff: Edward Eshoo, Jr., Esq., Christina Phillips, Esq., of counsel, Merlin Law Group, Chicago, IL.
For defendant: Attorneys for Plaintiff: Paul Lasalle, Esq., of counsel, Merlin Law Group, P.A., Red Bank, NJ. Attorneys for Plaintiff: Verne Pedro, Esq., of counsel, Fullerton Beck, Red Bank, NJ. Attorneys for Defendant: Jonathan Schapp, Esq., Adam Ross Durst, Esq., of counsel, Goldberg Segalla LLP, Buffalo, NY.
Case number: 1:18-CV-562

Building Owner's Complaint Dismissed as Sanction for Demolition Spoliating Evidence