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Judge: $17.5M malpractice charge still stands against White Plains lawyer

Most of the charges are either duplicative or were filed too late, the judge ruled, but the malpractice accusation is “better addressed on a more complete record at the summary judgment stage or at trial.”

Judge declines to quash Obex Group summonses in Platinum Partners case

The judge ruled that their motion for reconsideration “is a thinly-veiled attempt to relitigate the motion to dismiss.”

Public access outweighs privacy in The Tuxedo Club case

“Protection against the possibility of future adverse impact on employment,” U.S. District Judge Vincent L. Briccetti said in a Dec. 6 opinion, “does not overcome the presumption of public access.”

Lowey Dannenberg attorney seeks to quash subpoenas in GSK racketeering case

Peter D. St. Phillip, a White Plains lawyer, has asked a court to quash subpoenas for his testimony and documents, in a racketeering lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline. He argues that the request violates the attorney-client privilege and work-product doctrine.

Election-rigging real estate developer sentenced to prison

The “perfect storm” that befell Shalom Lamm, assistant U.S. attorneys argued, was weather of his own making.

Equifax data breach lawsuits consolidated in White Plains federal court

As of this morning, 349 federal lawsuits had been filed nationally.