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Summary Judgment Granted Based on Plain and Unambiguous Meaning of Term: Brio Capital, L.P. v Sanswire Corp.
In a December 21, 2011 decision by Justice Fried, the court granted Brio’s motion for summary judgment with respect to its first cause of action seeking declaratory relief, and granted Brio’s motion for an award of reasonable attorney’s fees. ...
Landa v. Blocker, 87 A.D.3d 719, 928 N.Y.S.2d 779 (App.Div. 2d Dep't 2011) NY Underlying Matrimonial Student Contributor: Richard Sadowski Facts: The plaintiff, an attorney, represented the defendant in her divorce. The plaintiff commenced this action to recover the legal fees charged in the...
Yesterday’s post was about false advertising, which got me thinking…. What are the things a competitor can’t do in competing with you to make a sale? Here’s a quick rundown: -It can’t create a likelihood of confusion with you, if you came first. This is the essence...
According to what seems to be the sense of many in the Florida legal profession, doctors and their patients should not have the right to enter enforceable arbitration agreements before the fact to resolve disputes, but lawyers and their clients should have the right to enter enforceable agreements...
FELDMAN v. OLIN CORPORATION (February 23, 2012) In an employment discrimination case, the plaintiff named as a defendant Global Brass & Copper, Inc. The only problem - he had never worked for Global. The company moved for sanctions pursuant both to Rule 11 and the court's...