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The Courthouse Doors Are Always Open (Sort of): Moving to Dismiss Under NY Business Corporation Law § 1312

Blog: The Westchester Litigator

When an out-of-state corporate plaintiff wishes to bring a lawsuit against a New York-based defendant, a litigator would likely recommend bringing that lawsuit in New York to secure jurisdiction over the defendant. Before pulling the trigger, however, it is critical to confirm the plaintiff’s standing to seek relief from New […]

Westchester Quarterly Roundup: Notable Decisions of the Westchester County Federal and State Courts

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Judge Karas Grants Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss Complaint Alleging Due Process Violations under the Fourteenth Amendment In Twardosz v. Yonkers Public School District, No. 19-CV-6138 (KMK), 2020 WL 6135114 (S.D.N.Y. Oct. 19, 2020), Judge Kenneth Karas dismissed the plaintiff’s complaint alleging due process violations under the Fourteenth Amendment, as well […]