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Author: Esther Rose

Yankwitt LLP Goes to the Mat to Recover Costs for its Hospitality Client; Firm Seeks Sanctions for Frivolous Lawsuit

Firm News

Yankwitt LLP’s relentless investigative work led the plaintiffs to move for voluntary dismissal of a frivolous racial discrimination lawsuit against Yankwitt LLP’s client, Houston’s Restaurant. Continuing to fight for its client, Yankwitt is now seeking sanctions, including attorneys’ fees, from the plaintiff for refusing the withdraw the suit at the […]

If Permits are Wrong, You Won’t Have a Right: Town’s Erroneously Issued Permit Invalidates Application of “Vested Rights Doctrine”

Blog: The Westchester Litigator

For real estate developers, the issuance of a building permit should be cause for celebration at the end of an oft arduous application process.  By definition, a “permit” means the developer has the right to proceed with the project.  Going further, New York’s “vested rights doctrine” enables a developer to […]

Yankwitt LLP’s Compelling Summary Judgment Motion Limits Shareholder Derivative Action Against Its Clients

Firm News

Yankwitt LLP successfully obtained dismissal of most claims against its clients in a shareholder derivative litigation pending in the Southern District of New York before Magistrate Judge Judith C. McCarthy.  Yankwitt represents an individual defendant and a corporate defendant in the litigation involving two brothers who co-own a food manufacturing […]