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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 Sean H. Lane

Memorandum Of Decision Signed On 10/21/2016, Regarding Arbitration Motions; Motions To Dismiss For Lack of Personal Jurisdiction And Improper Service; Motions To Dismiss For Lack Of Subject Matter Jurisdiction. (related document(s)170, 162, 153, 158, 168, 77, 151, 148)

Memorandum Of Decision Signed On 10/21/2016, Re: Defendant's Motion To Dismiss Adversary Proceeding. (related document(s)22)

Memorandum Of Decision Signed On 10/19/2016, Re: Motion To Dismiss Everton Sterlings Amended Third-Party Complaint. (related document(s)11, 18, 17)

Post-Trial Memorandum Of Decision Signed On 10/4/2016.

Judge Martin Glenn

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 10/20/2016, Sustaining in Part and Overruling in Part Objection to Creditor's Proof of Claim and Sustaining Debtor's Defense of Recoupment.

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 10/19/2016, Overruling in Part and Sustaining in Part the Access Defendants' Hearsay Objections to Certain Email Exhibits. (related document(s)851, 850)

Memorandum Opinion and Order, signed on 10/11/2016, Granting in Part and Denying in Part Access Defendants' Motion in Limine to Preclude Certain Testimony of Ralph Tuliano, David Witte, and H.G. Nebeker. (related document(s)828, 823, 827)

Judge Stuart M. Bernstein

Written Opinion So Ordered Signed On 10/19/2016. Re: Memorandum Decision And Order Denying Motions Submitted By Stephen Miller (related document(s)1433, 1294, 1216, 1301, 1266, 1325, 1359, 1337)

So Ordered Written Opinion Signed On 10/18/2016. Re: Memorandum Decision And Order Denying Motion To Reargue (related document(s)125)

Judge James L. Garrity

Memorandum Decision and Order signed on 10/17/2016 granting Reargument and adhering to its November 2015 Order granting in part and denying in part Getnick & Getnick LLP's Motion for Protective Order. (related document(s)1204)

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