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Blog Posts in February, 2008

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LUNCH WITH JONATHAN MINTZ?

You Are Invited to The Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce's Networking Luncheon Featuring: Jonathan Mintz Commissioner Department of Consumer Affairs Wednesday, March 26th, 2008 12:00 ...
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CAN A CAN TOP BE A WEAPON?

When a can top and a container of black pepper were found in Joseph Mariani's prison cell, he was charged with possession of a weapon and contraband and, after a tier III disciplinary hearing, was ...
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WHEN TOXIC ISN'T TOXIC ENOUGH

In Dell Inc. v. GJF Construction, the rules of suretyship came to Dell's rescue in a convoluted case involving the recovery of unpaid rent. Trinity Centre LLC owns a structure bordering the World ...
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INCARCERATING DEMOCRACY

Like prisons? Want more of 'em? Then you should check out this New York Law School breakfast event scheduled for March 28, 2008:
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"FRANKLY, SCARLET ...."

In People v. Scarlet, Saint Aubyn Scarlet's wife testified that he had threatened to "cut her up" and had swung a machete at her. (This happened just before he punched her in the chest and again on ...
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HOW SERIOUS WAS HER INJURY?

Claiming that she suffered "significant limitations of a body function or system," as a result of a June 2001 car accident, Adrienne Berkowitz sued Gladys Taylor to recover damages for her personal ...
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23 CEDAR TREES = $5020

In Barron v. Dube, John and Laurie Barron brought a small claims case against Donna Dube in Sherrill City Court for removing 23 cedar trees from the Barron's land. After the court ruled in the ...
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WE LOVE MICAH KELLNER!

Join us tomorrow night as friends and supporters unite to assist Assemblyman Micah Kellner with his reelection campaign. Here's a copy of the invitation:
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DIDN'T SHE DESERVE A CONVICTION?

In People v. Spagnola, Spagnola was charged with thirty-six (that's 36) counts of falsifying business records in the second degree. Spagnola, a licensed nurse practitioner, allegedly recorded false ...
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HAVE DINNER, THEN DIE!

We get announcements for a slew of events, but an upcoming function, promoted by Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) , struck us as unusual. While we are mindful of ...
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WHO WILL GET EVICTED?

In Adelphi Assoc., LLC v. Gardner, since Gardner was incapable of defending himself within the context of a nonpayment case, a guardian ad litem (GAL) was appointed to represent the tenant's ...
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WANT THE SENATE MINORITY LEADER FOR BREAKFAST?

The Capitol's "On/Off the Record" A BREAKFAST WITH SENATE MINORITY LEADER MALCOLM SMITH Moderated by Edward-Isaac Dovere, Editor of The Capitol Wednesday, March 12, 8:30 - 10:00 am Breakfast ...
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A SUBPRIME CARTOON STRIP?

A reader sent us a slideshow which is sort of a "Subprimes for Dummies." Since it's in "PowerPoint" format, your security software may require you to consent to downloading the ...
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THESE ARE NEW YORK'S "SUPERDELEGATES?"

This presidential election cycle, the Democratic National Convention will be held in Denver, Colorado from August 25-28, 2008. According to the New York State Democratic Committee's website, there are ...
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LOOKING FOR A DRINK?

The Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce is having a networking event on Monday, February 25, 2008, and you're invited to attend. Where: Kanvas, 219 9th Street (23rd/24th Streets), New York, ...
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HOW SUSTAINABLE IS THIS?

Council Member Jessica Lappin Hosts East Side Sustainability Summit Monday, February 25 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Hunter School of Social Work Auditorium 129 East 79th Street (between Lexington and Park) ...
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SMOKER'S LICENSE REVOKED

Getting a license to carry a gun in this town is virtually impossible. So why would someone risk losing it for a little M.J.? (And folks, we're not talking Michael Jackson!) Ask Albert Esposito, who ...
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THE CASE OF THE MISSING AND EXTRA LETTERS

In Fa Wah Management, Inc. v. Alvarrez, "Fa Wah" Management ("FWM") started a holdover summary proceeding against Zoilo Gavilan "Alvarrez," who was doing business as Juquiliuta Bar & Restaurant. ...
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BREAKFAST WITH LARRY SILVERSTEIN

On March 13, 2008, Larry A. Silverstein, President and CEO of Silverstein Properties, Inc. , will be the featured speaker at a breakfast forum sponsored by The Center for Real Estate Studies at New ...
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WHO'S THE REAL INTRUDER?

In the Matter of Spota v. Jackson, Tina Jackson, a longtime resident of the Unkechaug Indian Nation, was at risk of losing her family residence because of her heritage -- or lack thereof. Tina was ...
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WHAT'S NEXT? A WET T-SHIRT CONTEST?

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP recently stepped into the spotlight -- not for a high-profile settlement or the latest big-stakes corporate merger, but for something decidedly more ...
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WHAT'S YOURS AIN'T MINE?

In Strong v. Dubin, Madeline Dubin contested the validity of a pre-nuptial agreement reached with her former husband, Leslie Strong. Before that agreement was signed, Dubin hired an attorney which her ...
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EAT THIS!

In Matter of Tenace v. Lombard, David Tenace, an inmate at Clinton Correctional Facility, received a letter from the Clinton County Clerk. When a corrections officer asked Tenace to hand over the ...
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AD1 STEPS UP TO BAT

In Roberts v. Boys & Girls Republic, Inc. , Linda Roberts sued to recover damages for injuries she sustained when she was hit by a baseball bat swung by a player during batting practice. Although ...
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WHAT'S THE DISCH ON ESTATES?

Thomas Disch was living in a rent-stabilized apartment with Charles Naylor, who died just a few months before the lease expired. Despite the landlord's refusal to renew, Disch stayed in posession ...
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