2005-04952. November 21, 2006. In an action, inter alia, to recover damages for breach of a covenant not to compete, the defendant AM Zangeneh appeals from an Interlocutory judgment of the Supreme Court, Orange County (Byrne, J.), entered January 20, 2005, which, after a nonjury trial, is in favor of the plaintiff Steven P. Stern and against him, inter alia, in the principal sums of $487,487.80 in compensatory damages, $243,698.40 in punitive damages, and $38, 6515.58 in costs and disbursements.
February 2, 2009. May 21, 2009. Present: MARSHALL, C.J., IRELAND, SPINA, COWIN, CORDY, BOTSFORD, GANTS, JJ. Contract, Joint venture. Joint Enterprise. Uniform Partnership Act. Partnership, Agreement, Dissolution. Damages, Breach of partnership agreement, Interest. In an action brought in Superior Court by a limited partnership (plaintiff) seeking, inter alia, a judgment declaring that notices it had sent to the defendants dissolved their real estate joint ventures under G.L. c. 108A, § 31 (1) ( b)
13960/2001. May 23, 2005. Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim Ballon, Garden City, for plaintiffs. Silverman, Perlstein Acampura, LLP, Jericho, for William J. Mesibov and others, defendants. OPINION OF THE COURT LEONARD B. AUSTIN, J. Plaintiffs move for summary judgment on the first, second, third, seventh, ninth, tenth and eleventh causes of action of the amended supplemental complaint. Background In this derivative action brought on behalf of Columbia Realty Associates, a domestic partnership, plaintiffs
No. 81-36. Opinion delivered September 28, 1981 1. PARTNERSHIPS — PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT — RIGHT TO DISSOLUTION UNDER UPA SUBJECT TO TERMS OF AGREEMENT. — Appellant joined other doctors in forming a medical clinic and entered into a partnership agreement which specified no definite term but provided that it would continue until the partnership was dissolved mutually or by law, and that if a doctor withdrew he was to be paid his percentage of the assets, excluding accounts receivable. Held: In a suit
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