This appeal focuses on a modern-day law firm fixture: the revolving door. With charges of faithless deserting partners and countercharges of a vindictive abandoned firm, the key question becomes whether departing partners can "solicit" clients of the firm. Here we decide only that plaintiff law firm's allegations of breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and fraud are sufficient to withstand...
GRAUBARD MOLLEN v. MOSKOVITZ
86 N.Y.2d 112 (1995)
653 N.E.2d 1179
629 N.Y.S.2d 1009
Graubard Mollen Dannett & Horowitz, Respondent, v. Irving Moskovitz, Appellant, et al., Defendants.
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Argued June 7, 1995.
Decided July 6, 1995.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Herrick, Feinstein, L. L. P., New York City (
Graubard Mollen Horowitz Pomeranz & Shapiro, New York City (
Judges SIMONS, TITONE, BELLACOSA, SMITH, LEVINE and CIPARICK concur.
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