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James Raymond Muldoon

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Rice v. Miller

... Examples are various categories of intellectual property and the right to payment of a loan of funds that is not evidenced by chattel paper or an instrument. As used in the definition of `general intangible,' `things in action' includes ...

Wandel v. Eisenberg

60 AD3d 77 (2009). 871 NYS2d 102. ARNOLD WANDEL, Derivatively on Behalf of BED BATH & BEYOND, INC., Appellant, v. WARREN EISENBERG et al., Respondents, and BED BATH & BEYOND, INC., Nominal Defendant-Respondent. ...

Matter of Lever

... The only omission was the testimony of two character witnesses. The first character witness, the chair of the intellectual property practice at a law firm, testified that he first met respondent in 1998, when he was respondent's supervising attorney at a New York City law firm. ...