In re Aleksandr Virovlyanskiy; Juliya Virovlyanskaya v. Aleksandr Virovlyanskiy (Bankr. E.D.N.Y.)
Omission of income and false claims of unemployment warranted denial of debtor's discharge. Carla E. Craig, Chief Judge
In re Stephanie Domenici Cabonargi v. City University of New York (N.Y. App. Div., 1st Dep’t)
Trial court improperly considered e-mail from student's academic advisor that was never presented at administrative level.
The New York Times Company, Charlie Savage, Scott Shane v. U.S. Department of Justice; American Civil Liberties Union, The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation v. U.S. Department of Justice, includivng its component the Office of Legal Counsel, U.S. Department of Defense, including its Component U.S. Special Operations Command, Central Intelligence Agency (S.D.N.Y.)
Government did not violate FOIA by refusing to disclose information relating to targeted killing of persons tied to terrorism. Colleen McMahon, J.
US Oncology, Inc. v. Wilmington Trust FSB (N.Y. App. Div., 1st Dep’t)
Disputed contract language was ambiguous.
Jessica Poolt v. David H. Brooks, Jeffrey Brooks, Bulletproof Enterprises Inc., Perfect World Partners, LLC, Perfect World Enterprises, L.L.C. (Sup. Ct., New York County)
Genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether alleged harasser was plaintiff’s supervisor. Anil C. Singh, J.
Scott M. v. Ilona M. (Sup. Ct., Kings County)
Family Law-Child Custody
Joint custody was awarded, despite father’s request for sole custody. Jeffrey S. Sunshine, J.
In re Douglas Payne (2d Cir.)
Public rather than private reprimand was appropriate sanction for attorney who engaged in misconduct.
Huntington Village Dental, PC v. John F. Rathbauer, John Rathbauer, DMD, PC and John F. Rathbauer, DMD, LLC. (Sup. Ct., Suffolk County)
Purchaser’s motion to restrain seller from interfering with business was denied. Thomas F. Whelan, J.
Baba Rampuri (a/k/a William A. Gans) v. Edwin S. Stern, Kumbha Mela Foundation, Inc., Ashtanga Yoga New York LLC (Sup. Ct., New York County)
Alleged oral agreement to secure religious society’s monks and yogis to participate in, and lend name to, spiritual event violated the statute of frauds. Barbara R. Kapnick, J.
Susan Raner v. Security Mutual Insurance Company, E. Patricia Dolan (N.Y. App. Div., 1st Dep’t)
Policy exclusion for liability from premises owned, rented, or controlled by insured other than insured premises was ambiguous.