“My client is extraordinarily pleased with the court’s decision today,” said Marc Held… attorney for Coffey. “The court has made it very clear that there was no typographical error in the contract and no legal excuse for not returning my client’s down-payment monies as of Sept. 2, 2008.”
“The promotion by the W Hotel of alcohol, drinking and ice skating on an unusually tiny, 8- to 10-foot-wide artificial synthetic rink . . . became a recipe for disaster,” said Taylor’s lawyer, Marc Held.
“Mr. Bevilacqua plans to hold the defendants and their principals accountable for the false and improper certifications made under the contract and offering plan as more particularly described in the lawsuit,” said Marc Held of the law firm of [Held & Hines, LLP], the plaintiff’s attorney.
“The unit owners are pleased that the court reaffirmed its prior decision that a developer who raids the finances of a building and fails to comply with the terms he promises to the unit owners will be held fully accountable,” said Marc Held,
“The appeal does not appear to have any merit. The purchasers will likely be successful, for the fifth time, in the Appellate Division,” said Marc Held
“They didn’t notify the parents immediately or stop it from occurring for months,” said Marc Held, lawyer for both moms.
Dan’s Papers: Hypothetical Question: If Somebody Locked You In Their Office Against Your Will, What Would You Do? January 17, 2012 by David Rattiner I’m pretty much obsessed with this story about a local contractor accusing Southampton Town Councilman Jim Malone for locking him inside of his Suffolk County office after an argument over unpaid work. According to the New York Post, the accuser is Anthony Prosano, who is 23 years old and runs his own contracting business. Prosano said […]
Contractor accuses Southampton official Published: January 10, 2012 9:01 PM By STACEY ALTHERR email@example.com A Hampton Bays contractor has filed an $8,000 lien on the property of a Southampton Town councilman, accusing the official of failing to pay for work on his house. He also says the official held the contractor in the official’s office against his will during the dispute. Anthony Prosano, 23, said he was hired by Southampton Councilman James Malone to renovate the inside of a Hampton […]
of money for work’ By SELIM ALGAR A power-crazed Hamptons politician locked a young contractor in his Southampton office and subjected him to a bizarre rant after bilking him out of thousands of dollars for work done on his Hampton Bays home, the angry businessman told The Post. The contractor, Anthony Prosano, 23, says he managed to audio-record the incident, in which the small-time politician is allegedly heard abusing the little authority he does have. “You are f–king playing in […]