400 Blair Road Realty Holdings, LLC v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
The Firm represented the Plaintiff in a claim against the Defendant banking institution because the Defendant wrongfully charged to, and took from, Plaintiff approximately $400,000.00 in so-called “default interest” relating to a commercial loan secured by real property and rents from a commercial tenant. Plaintiff prevailed and recovered a judgment following a trial to the Bench for the amount wrongfully charged to the Plaintiff.
Bank Building v. Bank of America
Commercial dispute between a banking institution and its landlord arising out of the bank’s tenancy in an “operation’s center”. The Firm represented the landlord which sued Bank of America pursuant to a complicated commercial lease requiring Bank of America to return the leased property to “good repair and condition” at the conclusion of the lease. Following trial, the landlord prevailed and recovered $430,600 (the entire amount of landlord’s claim) as well as counsel fees, costs of suit, and interest.
Soho M.A. New York, LLC v. Brinkmanship Import and Export, Inc.
This case was a dispute among those involved in the operation of a super high-end retail clothing manufacturer and stores — Beau Brummel. Beau Brummel is perhaps best known for clothing Regis Philbin in his trend-setting monochromatic attire for the television show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The dispute centered around former business partners’ arguments concerning which of them owned the right to operate under the Beau Brummel trademark. Following a trial to the jury, the jury returned a verdict in favor of the Firm’s clients. Specifically, the jury found that the Firm’s clients had the right to operate under the Beau Brummel trademark.