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Res Judicata Arguments in A Breach of Contract C
Res Judicata Arguments in A Breach of Contract C

In the case of Sapphire v. Mark Hotel Sponsor , the Supreme Court of New York County examined a situation in which the plaintiff sought rescission of a contract due to alleged bad conduct by the defendant and the defendant moved to dismiss the plaintiff’s complaint. The case ...

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Blog posts in July, 2013

  • When Does a Special Duty Arise in A Breach of Co

    We’ve previously discussed the general idea that in New York a simple breach of contract does not give rise to tort liability – because no special ...

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  • How Rescission and Time Barring Affects Breach O

    In the case of Obstfeld v. Thermo Niton Analyzers the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, Second Department examined a dispute over a ...

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  • Contract Interpretation in Breach of Contract Ca

    In the case of Barclays Bank Mexico v. Urbi, Desarrollos Urbanos the Supreme Court of New York County examined a dispute between parties based in ...

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  • Litigating Breach of Oral Contracts

    In the case of Anita Terrace Owners, Inc. v. Goldstein Assoc Consulting Engr the Supreme Court of Queens County heard motions from both parties ...

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  • A Look At the Basic Elements Required for A Brea

    The case of Giumenta v. Desktop Solutions is a clear articulation by the Suffolk County Court of the basic elements required to make a legally ...

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  • The Role of Third Party Beneficiaries in Breach

    In The Matter of White Plains Plaza Realty, LLC and Capelli Enterprises the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, second department ...

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  • A Freely Terminable Employment Contract May Stil

    In Tini v. AllianceBERNSTEIN the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of NY, first department denied a motion by the defendant to dismiss the ...

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  • Extrinsic Evidence Considering the Parties Inten

    In Konami v. Galleria Condominium Association , the Supreme Court of New York County denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the Galleria ...

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  • The Effect of Disclaimers and Warranties in Brea

    In West 63 Empire Associates v. Walker & Zanger, Inc the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of NY, first department looked at two legal issues ...

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