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Andrew Horn
In Blackman v. Allstate Ins. Co., NYLJ Dec. 22, 2016 (Civil Court Kings County), the court held that, while it was "cognizant of the importance of the submission of additional information for…
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David Allgeyer
Making the Most of Arbitration and Mediation in IP and Technology Cases. Mediation and arbitration for IP and technology disputes is now commonplace. Success with those processes, however, requires…
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David Allgeyer
I have a book scheduled to be released in August by ABA Publishing:  Arbitrating Patent Cases: A Practical Guide.
David Allgeyer
I was honored to have a chance to work with Magistrate Judge Jeff Keyes on a recent article published in Just Resolutions eNews, presented by the Intellectual Property Law Committee of the ABA.  Here…
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Maureen Callahan
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Giovanna Tuttolomondo
I know that 11 NYCRR 65-4.6(h) provides that no attorney's fees are payable where billing is above the fee schedule (unless it's a matter of interpretation). I haven't heard this argument in years.…
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David Allgeyer
  Two very recent decisions by the United States Supreme Court have eliminated some of the advantages to which patent holders have become accustomed in the last few decades.   Goodbye Texas   The…
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Joyce Craig
Volunteering with CAMP in Santa Monica offering same day Unlawful Detainer mediations.  This is certainly a fast paced experience.  I am left with the same conclusion as I reach after every…
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Steven Greif
Master Arbitration award:
I was just reversed by a Master Arbitrator, and I believe the Master Arbitrator did not give a fair reading to my award.  In this situation would it be appropriate to write to AAA and/or Larry Fuchsberg to point out what I believe was a clearly erroneous decision by the Master Arbitrator.   
Sincerely,
Steven Greif 
Richard Martino
I have a case with a no-show EUO defense( EUO of the injured party).
Applicant argues that the language in the notices is defective, specifically the following .. We will reimburse you for any  wage loss and the reasonable cost of transportation "if you are claiming no-fault benefits."
Frankly I have never seen this additional proviso added on to the wage loss/ travel reimbursement language.
Thoughts from the panel ? 

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