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The Southern District of New York offers a database of opinions for the years 2005 to the present, listed by year and judge. For a more detailed search, enter the keyword or case number in the search box above.

Judge Stuart M. Bernstein

So Ordered Written Opinion Signed On 2/17/2017 By Frank Maas (Discovery Arbitrator). Re: Discovery Arbitrators Second Decision And Order (related document(s)92)

Written Opinion Signed On 2/21/2017. Re: Memorandum Decision Granting InPart And Denying In Part Motion ToDismiss First Amended Complaint (related document(s)16)

Memorandum Decision signed on 1/30/2017 Granting in Part and Denying in Part Defendants' Motions for Summary Judgment. For the reasons stated, the Motions are denied except with respect to the portion of Count Nine seeking to recover subsequent transfers from Ascot Partners. The Court has considered the Defendants remaining arguments and concludes that they lack merit. The parties are directed to submit a consensual order, or in the absence of consent, to settle an order on notice. The parties should also draft a pre-trial order using the form linked to the Courts chambers rules, and schedule a final pre-trial conference. (related document(s)11717) (09-01182)

So Ordered Written Opinion Signed On 1/18/2017. Re: Memorandum Decision And Order Regarding Application For A Rule 2004 Examination (related document(s)1596, 1048)

Written Opinion Signed On 1/9/2017. Re: Post-Trial Findings Of Fact And Conclusions Of Law

Judge Martin Glenn

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 2/16/2017, Denying Immigon's Motion to Dismiss. (related document(s)831, 823, 832, 840)

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 1/31/2017, Finding that the Bermuda Insurers Violated the Barton Doctrine. (related document(s)78, 63, 64, 62, 68, 65, 82, 69)

Memorandum Opinion and Preliminary Injunction signed on 1/12/2017. (related document(s)38, 37, 36, 35)

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 1/12/2017, Holding the Bermuda Insurers in Contempt. The Bermuda Insurers shall have seven (7) days from the date of this Order to have the Bermuda Court vacate the Injunctive Orders and the December 22, 2016 Orders issued by the Bermuda Court at the request of the Bermuda Insurers. If the Bermuda Insurers fail to have those orders vacated within that time, the Court will strike all of the Bermuda Insurers pleadings filed in this adversary proceeding and enter a default in favor of thePlaintiffs. (related document(s)41, 35)

Judge Shelley C. Chapman

Decision and Order Granting Chapter 7 Trustee's Request to Direct the United States Marshals to Take David Carlebach into Custody and Hold Him in Their Custody Until Such Time as He Purges His Civil Contempt signed on 1/18/2017

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