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Michael J. Catalfimo

Michael Catalfimo’s Legal Cases

9 total

  • Nelson v. Lundy, 298 A.D.2d 689 (3rd Dept. 2002)

    Practice Area:
    Commercial
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2002
    Outcome:
    Plaintiff's complaint dismissed.
    Description:
    Appellate Court reversed the trial court's denial of Defendants' motion for summary judgment, granted defendants' motion and dismissed the Plaintiff's complaint.
  • Green Tree Financial Servicing Corp. v. Lewis, 280 A.D.2d 642 (2nd Dept. 2001)

    Practice Area:
    Foreclosure
    Outcome:
    Judgment of Foreclosure granted to Plaintiff
    Description:
    The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, Second Department, reversed the Trial Court's denial of Plaintiff's motion for judgment of foreclosure and sale and vacated Supreme Court's grant of a stay
  • Green Tree Financial Servicing Corp. v. Lewis, 280 A.D.2d 642 (2nd Dept. 2001)

    Practice Area:
    Foreclosure
    Outcome:
    Judgment of Foreclosure granted to Plaintiff
    Description:
    The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, Second Department, reversed the Trial Court's denial of Plaintiff's motion for judgment of foreclosure and sale and vacated Supreme Court's grant of a stay
  • Reeve v. General Accident Insurance Company of NY, 239 A.D.2d 759 (3rd Dept. 1997)

    Practice Area:
    Car Accidents
    Outcome:
    Defendant's motion for summary judgment denied.
    Description:
    Defendant's motion for summary judgment dismissing Plaintiff's equitable estoppel cause of action was denied by the Trial Court and the appeal of this denial was successfully defended against. The presence of this cause of action in Plaintiff's lawsuit ultimately enabled her to secure a substantial settlement of her claims for personal injury and economic loss.
  • Reeve v. General Accident Insurance Company of NY

    Practice Area:
    Car Accidents
    Date:
    May 15, 1997
    Outcome:
    Defendant's motion for summary judgment denied.
    Description:
    Defendant's motion for summary judgment dismissing Plaintiff's equitable estoppel cause of action was denied by the Trial Court and the appeal of this denial was successfully defended against. The presence of this cause of action in Plaintiff's lawsuit ultimately enabled her to secure a substantial settlement of her claims for personal injury and economic loss.
  • Menorah Home & Hosp. for Aged & Infirm v. Jelks, et al

    Practice Area:
    Foreclosure
    Date:
    Apr 07, 2009
    Outcome:
    Appeal granted; decision below reversed
    Description:
    The trial court's denial of a motion by mortgage holder, Green Tree Credit LLC, for leave to intervene as a party defendant in a fraudulent conveyance action brought by a creditor of the mortgagor was reversed by the appellate court, and the creditor's fraudulent conveyance claim was dismissed.
  • Holcomb v. Holcomb

    Practice Area:
    Divorce & Separation
    Outcome:
    Trial court awards affirmed & made retroactive
    Description:
    The Appellate Court affirmed the awards of property, child support and maintenance made by the Trial Court to the defendant and directed that the support and maintenance awards be made retroactive to the date they were applied for.
  • Sassone v. Town of Queensbury

    Practice Area:
    Real Estate
    Date:
    Jan 04, 1990
    Outcome:
    Partial summary judgment granted to plaintiff.
    Description:
    Appellate Court reversed Trial Court's denial of Plaintiff's motion for partial summary judgment and held that Defendant had committed a de facto appropriation of Plaintiff's land. Case remitted to Trial Court for a hearing to determine the damages owing to Plaintiff.
  • Crepeau v. Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Cambridge

    Practice Area:
    State, Local And Municipal Law
    Date:
    Jul 29, 1993
    Outcome:
    Proceeding dismissed.
    Description:
    Article 78 Proceeding seeking annulment of determination by Zoning Board of Appeals granting use variance successfully defended against: Proceeding dismissed by trial court and dismissal affirmed on appeal.