T.H. Cheshire & Sons, Inc. v. Glynis M. Berry (Cnty. Ct., Suffolk County)
Commercial Law – Contracts
Electrical contractor lacked capacity to enforce construction agreement. Andrew Tarantino, J.
Joshua Trader, an infant under age of 14, by his Mother and Natural Guardian, Lakisha Trader and Lakisha Trader, Individually v. New York City Housing Authority (Sup. Ct, Kings County)
Real Property – Landlord and Tenant
Issue whether any qualifying alterations were performed prior to tenant's injury precluded summary judgment. Francois A. Rivera, J.
In Matter of Sabrina F.G., Immanuel F.G., Carmen R., Children Under Age of Eighteen Years Alleged to be Abused/Neglected by Melody and Rubin R. (Fam. Ct., Kings County)
Family Law – Child Protection
Oldest child’s testimony was not sufficiently corroborated. Alan Beckoff, J.
People v. Terrence Cox (Crim. Ct., Kings County)
Criminal Justice – Obstructing Justice
Failure to plead that arrest that defendant resisted was supported by probable cause rendered information facially insufficient. John T. Hecht, J.
People v. Kenneth Moreno; People v. Franklin Mata (N.Y. App. Div., 1st Dep’t)
Criminal Justice – Misconduct in Office
There was sufficient evidence that defendants' acts related to their official positions as police officers. Mazzarelli, J.P.,
David Ennocenti, Jon Stewart, o/b/o themselves and all other employees similarly situated v. Unisys Technical Services, LLC, The Unisys Corporation (W.D.N.Y.)
Labor and Employment – Hours and Wages
Employees failed to allege approximate number of overtime hours worked without payment. Michael A. Telesca, J.
In Matter of Claim of Edelmiro Martinez v. Lefrak City Management, Workers' Compensation Board (N.Y. App. Div., 3d Dep’t)
Labor and Employment – Workers’ Compensation
Evidence supported finding that claimant misrepresented his status when he failed to report prior injury. McCarthy, J.
Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. v. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Associates of Queens, P.C. (N.Y. App. Div., 2d Dep’t)
Commercial Law – Replevin
Lessor of medical equipment was entitled to seizure of equipment in replevin action. Peter B. Skelos, J.P.,
William J. DiTolla v. Doral Dental IPA of New York, LLC (N.Y. App. Div., 2d Dep’t)
Health – Accounting
Dentist was not entitled to accounting regarding payments made from global budget pools. Mark C. Dillon, J.P.,
Charles Andrew Salzberg and Anita Salzberg v. Jennifer Schweitzer Brooks (Sup. Ct., Kings County)
Real Property – Vendor and Purchaser
Vendor’s failure to provide notice of breach and opportunity to cure warranted return of escrow deposit. Anil Singh, J.