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  1. Kallenberg v. Beth Israel Hosp. (1974)

    In this action to recover damages for wrongful death arising out of alleged negligence and malpractice, the defendants, Beth Israel Hospital, Dr. A. Kirschenbaum and Dr. Ralph Adelman, appeal from a judgment in favor of plaintiff, entered upon a jury's verdict against all defendants, in the sum of $55,000 for wrongful death, and $15,000 for pain and suffering.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  2. Biss v. Tenneco, Inc. (1978)

    Plaintiff's testator was injured about 10:00 A.M. on December 19, 1972 when a vehicle which he was operating, known as a loader, went off the road and collided with a telephone pole. Decedent sustained a crushed pelvis and severe internal injuries which resulted in his dealth several days later. The accident was unwitnessed but before decedent died, he told various witnesses that he had lost control of the loader. Vincent H. Centers, the third-party defendant and decedent's employer, stated [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York Docket: November 3, 1978
  3. Wolfgruber v. Upjohn Co. (1979)

    Plaintiff Dr. Paul Wolfgruber has been a practicing physician for over 25 years. He prescribed defendant's antibiotic, Cleocin, for an infection he developed in 1974 and followed a course of self-treatment. The defendant, Upjohn Company, distributed to the medical profession free samples of Cleocin which contained package inserts warning of possible diarrhea and/or colitis from ingesting the drug. The Physician's Desk Reference also contained similar warnings respecting the use of Cleocin. This [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  4. DIv. OF TRIPLE T v. Mobil Oil Corp. (1969)

    Motion by plaintiff for an injunction pendente lite, and cross motion by defendant for an order dismissing the complaint for failure to state a cause of action, are disposed of in accordance with the following decision.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  5. MC GRADY v. Rosenbaum (1970)

    In this action by Patrick M. McGrady, Jr., against his former wife, Elizabeth Rosenbaum McGrady, and her parents Dr. Milton Rosenbaum and Mrs. Jean Rosenbaum, to recover damages in the sum of $1,005,000, on 14 causes of action, pleaded in 136 paragraphs, the Rosenbaums move, under CPLR 3211, to dismiss the 12 causes of action pleaded against them for failure to state a cause of action, and for other relief.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  6. Booth v. Curtis Publ'g Co. (1962)

    Plaintiff, a well-known actress in the theatre, motion pictures, and television, recovered a damage award of $17,500, after a jury trial, for invasion of her right of privacy in violation of sections 50 and 51 of the Civil Rights Law. Defendant Curtis, publisher of a number of widely circulated magazines, and its advertising agency, have appealed. They argue that there was no breach of privacy and, in any event, no damage, compensable or subject to punitive or exemplary evaluation. The jury's [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  7. Namath v. Sports Illus. (1975)

    Plaintiff sought substantial compensatory and punitive damages by reason of defendants' publication and use of plaintiff's photograph without his consent. That photograph, which was originally used by defendants, without objection from plaintiff, in conjunction with a news article published by them on the 1969 Super Bowl Game, was used in advertisements promoting subscriptions to their magazine, Sports Illustrated.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  8. DeAngelis v. LUTHERAN MED (1981)

    The issue on these appeals is whether a child has a cause of action for the loss of parental consortium for injuries negligently inflicted on the parent by third parties. After a review of the considerable arguments that have been generated on both sides of the question, we conclude that no such cause of action should be recognized. We perceive several practical and policy considerations that support this conclusion, notwithstanding the real harm suffered by a child upon the loss of parental [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  9. Hart v. Sullivan (1981)

    Plaintiff June Hart alleges in the first cause of action of her second amended complaint that defendants Sullivan and Buker, coemployees of defendant P & C Food Markets, Inc., intentionally inflicted emotional distress upon her because she resisted sexual advances by Sullivan, and that such acts were performed in the course of their employment. In a second cause of action, plaintiff alleges that the corporate defendant discriminated against her in the terms, conditions and privileges of [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York Docket: November 19, 1981
  10. Marraccini v. Bertelsmann (1996)

    Plaintiff alleges that during 1992 she met with Thomas McPartland, vice-president of corporate business affairs and deputy general counsel of defendant Bertelsmann Music Group, Inc. (hereinafter BMG),[1] to discuss her concept of creating a new cable music channel called "POP TV" to specifically market "new and established artists and to have the artists promote music, fashion lines, accessories and merchandise" by means of home shopping. Upon McPartland's expression of interest, plaintiff [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  11. Weinberg v. Hertz Corp. (1986)

    Myron Kirschbaum of counsel (Peter M. Fishbein, Donald Levinsohn and Christine L. Andreoli with him on the brief; Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler, attorneys), for respondent.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  12. Alfieri v. Cabot Corp. (1962)

    This is an appeal from a judgment entered May 25, 1962 in favor of plaintiffs and against the defendants, after a jury trial. The jury returned a verdict for plaintiff Warren Carlie in the sum of $12,500. The jury returned a verdict for plaintiff Paul Alfieri, as administrator of the goods, chattels and credits of John B. Alfieri, deceased, in the sum of $180,000 for wrongful death and $20,000 for conscious pain and suffering. On motion of the defendants, the Trial Judge ordered a new trial [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  13. Demas v. Levitsky (2002)

    In the early 1970s, plaintiff developed an interest and some expertise in the field of nutrition, particularly the subject of serving nutritious and healthy food to school children.[1] Plaintiff went on to obtain her Bachelor's degree in community nutrition and, in 1977, began working with teachers at the Trumansburg Elementary School in Tompkins County to improve its school lunch program and develop classroom instruction involving students in the preparation and consumption of nutritious, [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  14. Donohue v. COPIAGUE SCH DIST. (1978)

    RABIN and HAWKINS, JJ., concur with DAMIANI, J. P.; SUOZZI, J., dissents and votes to reverse the order, deny the branch of defendant's motion which sought to dismiss the complaint for failure to state a cause of action and remand the action to Special Term to determine whether plaintiff complied with section 3813 of the Education Law, with an opinion.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  15. Matter of Law Offs. of Adam D. Perlmutter, P.C. v. New York City Police Dept. (2014)

    Order and judgment (one paper), Supreme Court, New York County (Doris Ling-Cohan, J.), entered October 23, 2013, which insofar as appealed from as limited by the briefs, granted the petition brought pursuant to CPLR article 78 seeking, among other things, to annul respondent's determination, dated December 3, 2012, denying petitioner's Freedom of Information Law request (FOIL), and directed respondents to disclose the records requested, unanimously affirmed, without costs.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York Docket: 13749 100220/13
  16. Le Vine v. Isoserve (1972)

    The defendants have instituted a motion pursuant to CPLR 3211 for an order dismissing the complaint upon the ground that the court lacks personal jurisdiction over them, or, if jurisdiction is available, then upon the ground that the causes of action set forth in the complaint are barred by the Statute of Limitations.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  17. Springer v. Viking Press (1982)

    This appeal presents us with the issue of whether a fictional depiction of a person contained in a single chapter of a novel is so closely related to plaintiff in the minds of people to whom she is known as to give rise to a cause of action in defamation.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  18. Feigen v. Advance Capital Mgmt. Corp. (1989)

    In August of 1983, plaintiffs Joseph M. Feigen and James T. McCarthy entered into written employment agreements with defendant Advance Capital Management Corporation, a company formed by the individual Vogel defendants to identify and pursue corporate acquisitions. The Vogels are also the owners of Synergy Group Incorporated, a propane gas distribution company. Plaintiffs, who at the time were officers of Chase Manhattan Bank, had allegedly been instrumental in facilitating the Vogels' [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  19. Matter of Juul v. Bd. of Educ. of the Hempstead Sch. Dist. No. 1 (1980)

    In July, 1975 petitioner was appointed to a probationary position as a librarian-media specialist by the appellant board, to be effective on September 1, 1975. In June, 1978 petitioner was notified by the appellant superintendent of schools that he intended to recommend to the board that petitioner be granted tenure. It then appears that one of the board members questioned the superintendent about his intention, in light of the fact that two of the petitioner's supervisors had criticized his [...]

    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York
  20. IHP Corp. v. 210 Cent. Park Corp. (1962)

    The principal issue is whether punitive damages may be awarded in an action for an injunction and ancillary compensatory damages. Lesser issues are also raised concerning the amount of damages awarded, both compensatory and punitive.


    Court: Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York

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