Tuesday, August 21, 2007

New York Law Journal Decisions of Interest August 21, 2007

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NEW YORK COUNTYAttorney's FeesCourt Finds Plaintiffs to Be 'Prevailing Parties' As They Succeeded on Central Claim in This Action Town House Stock LLC v. Coby Housing Corp.

NEW YORK COUNTYJudgesJudicial Screening Panel Member Denied Motion For Judge to Recuse Himself From Current Action Rosado v. Edmundo Castillo Inc.

RICHMOND COUNTYCivil Practice‘Simple, Pragmatic’ Test Shows Little League Engaged In Continuous and Systematic Course of Business Baggs v. Little League Baseball Inc.

NASSAU COUNTYCivil PracticeCourt Denies Defendants' Motion to Renew, Reargue Court's Prior Order Denying Vacatur of Default Star Industries Inc. v. Innovative Beverages Inc.

NASSAU COUNTYCivil RightsAgency's Finding That a Hearing Must Determine If School District Violated HRL §296(14) Is Upheld East Meadow Union Free School District v. New York State Division of Human Rights

SUFFOKD COUNTYReal PropertyBidder's Application to Vacate Foreclosure Sale, Have Down-Payment Returned Is Granted Entirely Champion Mortgage v. Knight

U.S. COURT OF APPEALS, SECOND CIRCUITGovernment$6,700 Fine for Violating Iraqi Sanctions Act Stands; All Travel Transactions Are Not Exempt Karpova v. Snow

U.S. COURT OF APPEALS, SECOND CIRCUITCriminal PracticeSentence Is Vacated, Remanded; Court's Notice Of Upward Departure from Guidelines Insufficient United States v. Patrick M. Cole

U.S. DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORKCriminal PracticeSubpoena Served by Plaintiff to Non-Party Is Quashed; No Notice to Defendant Given Smith v. Masterson

U.S. DISTRICT COURTEASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORKCivil PracticeCourt Finds Gun Dealers Tap Interstate Market; Court Has Personal Jurisdiction in Negligence Suit City of New York v. A-1 Jewelry & Pawn Inc.

U.S. DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORKEmploymentEmployment Discrimination Suit Survives; 'Swierkiewiez v. Sorema' Notice Standard Is Met Palmer v. New York State Office of Court Administration

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