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Max Rosenberg’s Legal Cases

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  • Continental Family Funding v. Paul Dwyer

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Date:
    Nov 24, 2008
    Outcome:
    Summmary Judgment granted for Defendant
    Description:
    Adversary Proceeding to determine the dischargeability of a corporate debt
  • GMAC, LLC v. Jackson

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Summary Judgment for Defendant
    Description:
    Adversary Proceeding in District Court of Connecticut to determine whether a debt resulting from a failure to insure a financed motor vehicle is dischargeable in Bankruptcy.
  • Nancy DeBrizzi v. Paul Dwyer (Case 06-05086)

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Judgment Entered in Favor of Defendant after Trial
    Description:
    Plaintiff made a loan of $100,000.00 to Debtor for purpose of financing loans to third parties. Debtor never paid loan in full. Plaintiff moved for nondischargeability of the loan on the basis that the loan was coerced through false representations and fraud on behalf of the Defendant. Defendant, Dwyer, was found to be credible and transacted in good faith. The loan was discharged in bankruptcy. There was no finding of fraud. Judgment for Defendant.
  • In the Matter of Thomas Charles

    Practice Area:
    Administrative Law
    Outcome:
    Civil Penalty waived
    Description:
    A Formal Administrative Hearing was held on this matter March 22, 2007 and the Board decided to issue a Cease and Desist Order, Civil Penalty in the amount of $521,500.00, and revocation of Mr. Charles’ (S-1) Unlimited Contractor license and (SM-1) Limited Sheet Metal Contractor license. After hearing the Board agreed to remove the civil penalty of $521,000.00.
  • 349 Wheelers Farms Road

    Practice Area:
    Land Use & Zoning
    Date:
    May 12, 2009
    Outcome:
    Zoning Variance Granted
    Description:
    Max L. Rosenberg, Attorney, for Pyramid Shriners, owner – request to vary Sec. 5.3.4.1 sign area from 9 sq. ft. allowed to 23 sq. ft. Map 96, Block 914, Parcel 25. After Hearing on merits with opposition from neighboring parties, the Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved the variance.
  • Marcinszyk v. Miamogue Yacht Club

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Date:
    Dec 19, 2008
    Outcome:
    Motion to Dismiss Complaint Denied
    Description:
    Private Yacht club Moved to dismiss complaint of Plaintiff who contended that he was expelled from the club in retaliation for his inquiry into the club's tax returns. Defendant argued that Connecticut Revised Nonstock Corporation Act did not authorize suit against individual members. Court held that Plaintiff plead sufficient facts to show that was challenging the legality of the yacht clubs bylaw procedures under which his membership was terminated
  • 553 Center Street Ext., Bridgeport

    Practice Area:
    Land Use & Zoning
    Date:
    Sep 29, 2007
    Outcome:
    Zoninng Variance granted
    Description:
    Zoning variance applied for with Zoning Board of Appeals to "legalize a small church in part of an existing building in an OR-N district", in the back of a Tobacco and Candy Warehouse. A church is a special permit use in an OR-N district (section 6-2-2) and site plan review is required for a special permit use (section 14-2-2).