Summary judgment granted in favor of our medical practice client for breach of employment agreement by physician.
Brought action on behalf of our physician client against a large government based health insurance plan after it withheld incentive payments intended to reward practitioner for exceptional medical care. The Court’s decision was listed as a “Decision of Interest” in the New York Law Journal and upheld the principle that the implied duty of good faith and fair dealing does not permit the withholding payments already earned on the basis of an audit letter.
Summary judgment granted in favor of our client, a management company for physicians, against subtenant for breach of sublease.
Won motion to remand case to New York Supreme Court on behalf of our attorney client. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York held that our client’s contractual claims based on Citibank’s appropriation of his ideas for a marketing program were not preempted by the Copyright Act. Thereafter the case was settled at a mediation before JAMS.
The New York State Appellate Division affirmed the trial court’s denial of our physician/auditor client’s $12 million claim based on services performed on behalf of Guardian Life to find fraud in healthcare billing.
The Court granted our client’s motion for summary judgment based on defendant’s failure to pay for goods sold and delivered. Court directed entry of judgment in the amount of $184,305.21 with interest from the date of debt accrued.
In which the Appellate Division, Second Department affirmed the trial court’s decision granting client’s motion for a protective order with respect to the Plaintiff’s document demands.
The Appellate Division reversed the trial court’s denial of our client’s motion to set aside a post-nuptial agreement. This case is frequently cited for determining the validity of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
Obtained preliminary injunction on behalf of our client’s medical practice enjoining physician from breaching restrictive covenant in employment agreement. Client was awarded legal fees.
Involved a valuation proceeding brought on behalf of our client under the Business Corporation Law. The Appellate Division affirmed an award in favor of the shareholder.
The U.S. District Court denied the defendant corporation’s motion to change venue from New York to California.
In a precedent setting case the New York State Appellate Division held that a doctor has a private right of action under the New York State Public Health Law to sue a health insurance company and recover damages for wrongful termination of a provider agreement without being afforded due process.