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Substantiating Malice, As an Exception to the Economic Interest Defense, Is Increasingly Difficult
Weeks before then-President George Bush defeated presidential candidate John Kerry, Dan Rather narrated a 60 Minutes piece on CBS assailing President Bush’s service in the Texas Air National Guard. Subsequent to President Bush’s re-election in November 2004, Mr....
Divided Loyalty: Damages For Employee Disloyalty Claims
At first blush, two principles regarding the loyalty due to a current employer from an employee seem irreconcilable: On one hand, an employee owes his employer complete loyalty; on the other, an employee may incorporate a competitive business prior to departure from...
What to do When a New York Based Client Gets Sued Out of State
In E3 Innovation Inc., et al. v. DCL Techs. Inc., et al., No. CV-21-01141-PHX-DWL, 2021 WL 5741442 (D. Ariz. Dec. 2, 2021), the United States District Court for the District of Arizona recently dismissed an action for lack of personal jurisdiction against three...
PGA Capital LLC v. Toman – Defendants Do Not Have an Easement in Their Former Waterfront Lot
As seen in the New York Law Journal Upon the efiled documents numbered 37-50; 52-55; and 58, it is ORDERED that plaintiff PGA Capital LLC’s motion for an order pursuant to CPLR §3212 granting summary judgment pursuant to RPAPL 1501(1), canceling and discharging the...