Month: May 2012

Craig A. Domalewski to Speak at Upcoming Seminar on Client Crisis Management and Expedited Litigation in Chancery Courts

Craig A. Domalewski, a Senior Partner in the Firm, will be participating in a panel discussion on Client Crisis Management and Expedited Litigation in Chancery Courts at the New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlantic City on May 17, 2012.

The panel will examine the life of a case requiring emergent relief from initial client contact through the issuance of preliminary relief from the perspective of the practitioner and the court.

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Craig A. Domalewski to Speak at Upcoming Bad Faith Seminar

Craig A. Domalewski, a Senior Partner in the Firm, will be participating in a panel discussion on Bad Faith Law at the New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlantic City on May 17, 2012.

The panel will discuss the current state of bad faith law in New Jersey with a comparative analysis of the laws of New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut and how proposed legislative amendments are likely to impact both the prosecution and defense of bad faith claims in New Jersey in the future.

For more information or to register please click here: NJSBA Annual Meeting and Convention

Chuck Radler and Craig Domalewski win $2.4 M Arbitration Award

Senior Partners Chuck Radler and Craig Domalewski recently won a $2,438,000 arbitration award in private arbitration before The Honorable C. Judson Hamlin, J.S.C. (Ret.) in a complex commercial dispute involving claims for breach of contract and the commercial misappropriation of our client’s name and likeness. The arbitrator rejected all of the defendant’s defenses and granted our client full damages. The arbitrator found that the defendants’ accounting of its wrongful profits was not credible based on numerous contradictions that Mr. Radler developed between the defendants’ accounting, tax returns and internal business records. The arbitrator required the defendants to disgorge $1,171,000 in wrongful profits, plus $17,000 in contract damages, $900,000 for emotional distress and damages to our client’s brand, and $350,000 in punitive damages, plus interest.