Obtained dismissal under Fed. R. Civ. Pro. Rule 12(c) of Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law claims alleged by subcontractor’s employees against general contractor, demonstrating the lack of specificity of the claims alleged in the complaint as against the general contractor which… read more

Affirming an arbitration award to plaintiff construction company due to the defendant’s improper termination of plaintiff’s contract for alleged failures to send sufficient workers for the weeks of March 30, 2020, and April 6, 2020, refuting the defendant’s claim that the arbitration panel based its… read more

(representing defendants, obtained denial of plaintiff’s motion to maintain its Lien Law 77 causes of action to enforce a trust as a class action. Despite this motion being routinely granted, the denial was based on RM’s argument that the plaintiff failed to proffer a reason… read more

Obtained dismissal of plaintiff Title VII claim for sexual harassment on pre-answer Fed. R. Civ. Pro. Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss, successfully showing that parent corporate entities were not employers.

Winning motion for summary judgment on account stated claims where defendant alleged that plaintiff did not perform work and created fraudulent invoices, defendant could not refute plaintiffs evidence demonstrating performance and entitlement to payment.

After a bench trial, successfully invalidated mortgage note for failure to provide sufficient proof of chain of custody and appropriate lost note affidavit.


Medical Malpractice

Obtained reversal a lower court decision on appeal after four-week jury trial based on improper preclusion of expert of defendant where expert was produced six months before scheduled trial date.


Medical Malpractice

Obtained reversal of a lower court decision on appeal in favor of our client the seller of a property the Appellate Division favorably interpreted the residential contract of sale and held that respondent/purchaser failed to establish as a matter of law that appellant/seller could not… read more


Medical Malpractice

Representing coalition of residential unit owners against condominium; holding as an issue of first impression that defendant condominium board was not authorized, without the approval of a majority of the unit owners, to enter into a 25-year lease agreement with defendant wireless services provider) affirmed,70… read more


Personal Injury

Representing medium size business owner defendant, winning dismissal of action in its entirety which preserved our client’s restrictive covenant and prevented the plaintiff competing business owner from competing with our client’s bakery business in an adjacent property