Condo Board v. 9/11 Museum
Manhattan condo board sues for 9/11 museum to move entrance around the corner in benefit of its residents
Thor’s attorney wants out of Maitland case
Former top broker wants to be released from her noncompete.
People v. Feliciano
New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, asked Joseph Lee Matalon to represent an indigent criminal defendant pro bono, and Joe agreed. The issue was whether the defendant had received effective assistance of appellate counsel in prior proceedings. During the oral argument, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman commented to Joe, “You’ve done a great job of making good arguments for this guy that might indeed have been made in 2008. But is it really gross incompetence not to, frankly, be as good as you are?”
Landlord says tenant got keys to penthouse by pretending to be designer Diane von Furstenberg's kin, won't pay rent