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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Posted: May 2, 2018

Whether Signature on Agreement Containing Arbitration Clause Was Forged is for Court to Determine

April 25, 2018, the Second Department issued a decision in Alam v. Uddin, 2018 NY Slip Op. 02763, holding that the question of whether the signature on an agreement containing an arbitration clause was forged was for the court, not an arbitrator, to determine, explaining: Where a party has applied for an order compelling arbitration,... Read more »

Posted: May 2, 2018

Welcome to Schlam Stone and Dolan LLP’s Newest Blog, The Manipulation Monitor: A Guide to Financial Market Manipulation Antitrust Litigation

Welcome to Schlam Stone and Dolan LLP’s newest blog, The Manipulation Monitor: A Guide to Financial Market Manipulation Antitrust Litigation. What Will We Be Writing About In the Manipulation Monitor, we will discuss developments in antitrust and other competition law litigation relating to the financial services industry. If you read our Commercial Division Blog (and... Read more »

Posted: May 1, 2018

First Department Reaffirms Doctrine of Personal Jurisdiction Based on Acts of Co-Conspirators

On April 26, 2018, the First Department issued a decision in Wimbledon Financing Master Fund, Ltd. v. Weston Capital Management LLC, 2018 NY Slip Op. 02903, reaffirming the doctrine of personal jurisdiction based on the acts of co-conspirators, explaining: The Supreme Court properly concluded that defendants are subject to jurisdiction under New York’s long-arm statute... Read more »