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Removing a Freeze on a Bank Account in New York

Posted by Arnold A. Arpino | Feb 04, 2017 | 0 Comments

It is possible that a creditor may freeze your bank account after they have received a Court judgment. A creditor does not have to warn you before placing a freeze on your account, and often times you will not know about a freeze until attempting to use your debit card.  Our office can help you...

Drafting of Promissory Notes: Tips & Pitfalls

Posted by Arnold A. Arpino | Oct 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

We recently consulted with an individual who was seeking the return of a portion of unpaid principle on a promissory note in excess of $75,000.00. The individual admitted that the promissory note was not drafted by an attorney.  That ended up being a costly mistake. This particular promissory no...

New York County Judge Reverses, Says Dog is Property

Posted by Arnold A. Arpino | Nov 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

A Manhattan Supreme Court Justice who initially ruled that the ownership of "Stevie" would be determined by the best interest of "all" involved, which included Stevie, has changed his mind.  Arthur Engoron J.S.C. ruled in Gellenbeck v. Whitton (154365/2014 Sup. Ct. NY County) that "the correct l...

Schwartz v. Torrenzano, 13-19187 (Sup. Ct. Suffolk) Cross Motions for Summary Judgment Denied, Sanctions Against Defendant & Counsel Granted

Posted by Arnold A. Arpino | Aug 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Justice Thomas Whelan  Decided: August 7, 2015 via Short Form Order In a decision handed down earlier this month (Schwartz v. Torrenzano) Justice Thomas Whelan denied a motion by the defendant-landlord dismissing claims for recovering rent previously paid and requesting sanctions against plainti...

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