Commercial Litigation


Honig Quoted in NY Post
May 13, 2019 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Appeals | Commercial Litigation | Construction
Cheryl Korman, Jeremy Honig and Erez Glambosky successfully obtained an emergency injunction from the Appellate Division, First Department preventing the opening of a homeless shelter in a dangerously, unsafe building. Honig was quoted in the New York Post article, “Judge temporarily blocks ‘Billionaire’s Row’ homeless shelter.” The article discusses New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s …
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Schieber and Tare Secure Victory for Good Guy Guarantor
April 18, 2019 | Joshua M. Tare | Evan R. Schieber | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Commercial Litigation
Rivkin Radler scored a significant victory on behalf of a guarantor under a commercial lease, with important implications for commercial tenants and landlords that may be negotiating commercial leases.  311 West 43rd Venture, LLC v 15th Floor Media LLC et al, Supreme Court, Index No. 650851/2018, involved a dispute over the proper interpretation of the …
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Nassau Ruling Illustrates Tough Consequences for Ignoring Subpoenas
April 15, 2019 | Commercial Litigation
A recent ruling from the Supreme Court of Nassau County illustrates the power of remedies available for enforcing judgments against recalcitrant debtors who refuse to turn over financial information in response to post-judgment discovery demands. The plaintiff-judgment creditor issued a subpoena to the debtor, requesting the production of documents and a deposition from him, as …
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Grill, Korman, Schieber and Gise Win Case Impacting Condo Development Liability
April 9, 2019 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Appeals | Commercial Litigation | Construction
A new Appellate Division, First Department ruling has major implications for condominium boards seeking to sue individual members of a sponsor entity for construction defects. Previously, alter ego claims against individual members of the sponsor entity were justified based on the allegation that the developer, which is often a single-purpose entity, did not maintain separate …
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Grill, Schieber, and De La Hoz Secure Summary Judgment Directing Specific Performance
April 4, 2019 | Commercial Litigation | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use
David M. Grill, Evan R. Schieber, and Catalina E. De La Hoz secured summary judgment directing specific performance of a contract of sale on behalf of our client, the buyer of a multiple-dwelling residence in Brooklyn.  The dispute arose out of a contract of sale that required the sellers to, among other things, obtain, as …
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Rivkin Radler Attorneys Named 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers
March 13, 2019 | Intellectual Property | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law | Trusts & Estates | Compliance Investigations & White Collar | Commercial Litigation | Insurance Fraud
HACKENSACK, NJ  – – Rivkin Radler LLP is pleased to announce that Nancy A. Del Pizzo, Jenna Gabay, and Gene Kang, have been named 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers.  Del Pizzo was named a Top Rated Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney; and Gabay and Kang were named Rising Stars. A partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation; …
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Lagios and Wagner Obtain Dismissal of Multiple Causes of Action
March 12, 2019 | Commercial Litigation
James Lagios and Mark Wagner, Jr. obtained the dismissal of a complaint on behalf of their client, a real estate broker, in a suit in which the plaintiff, the purchaser of a residential dwelling, asserted multiple causes of action based on breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation and fraud. The Court found the plaintiffs failed to allege …
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Novikoff and Casalini Obtain Preliminary Injunction for R&G Brenner Income Tax
February 22, 2019 | Commercial Litigation | Employment & Labor
Ken Novikoff and Rosalinde Casalini, after an evidentiary hearing, obtained a preliminary injunction in favor of R&G Brenner Income Tax, enjoining its former senior tax preparer in one of its Queens offices, for a period of two years, from soliciting and/or servicing any of its clients in that office. Additionally, the Supreme Court, Nassau County …
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Murphy, Del La Hoz and Boyd Victorious in Trial
February 11, 2019 | Commercial Litigation
In an action alleging fraud, unjust enrichment and conversion in connection with the sale of a $14 million promissory note, Casey Murphy, Catalina De La Hoz, and J’Naia Boyd obtained a defense verdict on all claims in a trial before the Hon. Timothy S. Driscoll of the Commercial Division, Nassau County.  The Court rejected plaintiff’s …
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Spero Joins Nassau Academy of Law Advisory Board
February 8, 2019 | Bankruptcy | Commercial Litigation | Corporate
Matt Spero has joined the Nassau Academy of Law’s Advisory Board.  The Advisory Board sets policy and oversees the educational course offerings, CLE programs, and other educational activities of the Nassau County Bar Association. …
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