Greenfield
v.
Philles Records

Court of Appeals of the State of New YorkOct 17, 2002
780 N.E.2d 166 (N.Y. 2002)
780 N.E.2d 166750 N.Y.S.2d 56598 N.Y.2d 562

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No. 114

Decided October 17, 2002.

Judges Levine, Ciparick, Wesley and Rosenblatt concur. Chief Judge Kaye and Judge Smith took no part.


Order modified, without costs, by remitting to Supreme Court, for further proceedings in accordance with the opinion herein and, as so modified, affirmed.