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Summary Judgment–Bronx County

5/23/2008 Keita v LHL Realty LLC In Keita v. LHL Realty LLC, plaintiff alleged that he slipped and fallen on ice, on our client’s premises. Joseph Tuffy successfully argued that as an out of possession landlord, our client, lacking notice of the alleged dangerous condition and with no duty to inspect and remedy any such

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Defense Verdict–Kings County

5/19/2008 Ubaydov v. Kenney’s Fleet Maintenance In Ubaydov v. Kenney’s Fleet Maintenance, plaintiff alleged the our client, who was operating a large flat bed tow truck, struck her son’s vehicle. Plaintiff was in the front passenger seat of her son’s vehicle at the time of the accident. At trial, Andrea Sacco Camacho successfully argued that

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Defense Verdict–Suffolk County

5/8/2008 Wheaton v. East End Commons et. al. In Wheaton v. East End Commons et al., plaintiff was injured after slipping on ice in the co-defendant East End Commons’ parking lot. Our client, Kings Park Contracting, was hired to perform snow and ice removal at the premises. After a settlement in the amount of $950,000

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Dismissal–Hudson County Superior Court

4/22/2008 Fellowes v. Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. et. al. In Fellowes v. Harrah’s, plaintiff alleged that she tripped and fell at the Atlantic City Showboat as a result of torn carpeting. During the mandatory arbitration, Philip Odett successfully argued that the defendant was not on notice of any defect. The arbitrator concluded Showboat was not liable

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Verdict–Kings County

4/21/2008 Smith v. Cari, LLC In Smith v. Cari,LLC, plaintiff, age 42, slipped and fell off of a ladder attached to a water tank on our client’s property. As a result of the accident, plaintiff suffered from bilateral intra-articular fractures in the heels of both of his feet which required open reduction/internal fixation as well

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Summary Judgement–New York County

4/11/2008 Lazar v. Park West Village In Lazar v. Park West Village, plaintiff claimed she was injured on our property, which was leased to a tennis club. Kathleen M. Mulholland was able to successfully establish that responsibility for maintenance of the walkway on the premises near the tennis courts was the responsibility of the tennis

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Summary Judgment–Bronx County

3/21/2008 Bloomfield v. 147 Corp. In Bloomfield v. 147 Corp., the minor plaintiff claimed that she fell and severely cut her hand on a bottle she was carrying while at our client’s premises. Kathleen M. Mulholland was able to establish that, as an out of possession landlord, our client had no responsibility for the condition

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Defense Verdict–Bronx County

3/18/2008 James v. Colonial Steel Corp. and Robert Goodlett In James v. Colonial Steel Corp., plaintiff was involved in an automobile accident with our client on the Bruckner Expressway. As a result of the accident, plaintiff allegedly sustained internal derangement of her left knee and a torn meniscus, requiring her to undergo two arthroscopic procedures

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Summary Judgment–Bronx County

2/21/2008 Tapia v. Mastro Concrete et. al. In Tapia v. Mastra Concrete et. al., plaintiff, a laborer working for the co-defendants, was injured when he fell off a cement block he was standing on while trying to dislodge clogged cement from concrete pumping equipment. Our client was the concrete supplier and the co-defendants were the

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Appellate Victory–Appellate Division, First Department

2/14/2008 Mejia v. Levenbaum Plaintiff, an employee of TAM Restaurant, claims he was injured when stairs collapsed as he carried a large piece of equipment down the stairs. The insured, Andrew Levenbaum, owned the premises at 3202 Emmons Avenue a/k/a 2901 Bragg Street, Brooklyn, New York. Kathleen M. Mulholland successfully argued to the Appellate Division,

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