...York (Jonathan T. Uejio of counsel), for appellants-res — Lazare, Potter & Giacovas, LLP, New York (Stephen M. Lazare of counsel), for res...
A financial services company associated with the Lower Brule Indian tribe is not protected by sovereign immunity, a Manhattan state judge has ruled, allowing a lawsuit against the company over a fail
...Cohen Milstein and Zwerling, Schachter & Zwerling. David Potter of Lazare Potter & Giacovas and Jeffrey Lipps and David Beck of Carpenter Lipps &...
...amp; Newman P.C., Robert A. Giacovas, Esq., Lazare Potter & Giacovas LLP (for LBCDE) ...
Sovereign immunity does not shield a company controlled by the Lower Brule Indian tribe from discovery requests in a lawsuit over a botched loan purchase deal, though the company may be able to asser
The court yesterday also analyzed the use of the terms "earth movement" and "reside" in separate rulings plumbing the ambiguity of insurance contracts. And the judges upheld, over the strenuous objec
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A federal appeals court affirms the denial of class certification in mortgage-backed securities litigation but can see where purchasers might be protected
...Carpenter Lipps & Leland LLP, Columbus, Ohio, David E. Potter, Lazare Potter & Giacovas LLP, New York, NY. For Defendants...
The Second Circuit made it clear on April 30 that issuers and underwriters of mortgage-based securities can successfully oppose class certification by arguing that some investors knew what they were
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