Jaipat Jain has been appointed by the Chief Judge of the Appellate Division, First Department, to the Attorney Grievance Committee (class of 2022). The Attorney Grievance Committee reviews ethics complaints against lawyers practicing in New York City.
Jaipat Jain has been appointed a member of the board of directors of the New York City Bar (class of 2023 along with Sarah Berger, New York State Unified Court System; Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, New York State Supreme Court, New York County; and Hon. Kiyo Matsumoto, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of New York).
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Lazare Potter Giacovas & Moyle LLP is pleased to announce that Stephen M. Lazare, David E. Potter, Robert A. Giacovas, Yale Glazer, and James F. Moyle have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 edition of New York (Metro) Super Lawyers.
LPGM’s lawyers again join the top five percent of lawyers in the New York Metropolitan area receiving this honor from peers and others in the legal industry. The full results of the survey will be published in a supplement to The New York Times in October.
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Lazare Potter Giacovas & Moyle LLP is pleased to announce that five of its partners have been recognized as top New York lawyers in their fields. Stephen M. Lazare, David E. Potter, Robert A. Giacovas, James F. Moyle and Yale Glazer have been named as New York Metro Super Lawyers. Attorneys are selected to Super Lawyers based upon peer nominations, independent research and detailed evaluations. LPGM provides business litigation, corporate and advisory services to companies, corporate boards and officers, and individuals.
In a case handled by LPGM Partner David Potter, the Second Circuit affirmed a decision from the Southern District of New York in Aegean Bunkering (USA) LLC v. M/T Amazon et al., No. 16-4065, granting summary judgment to LPGM client ING Bank N.V. and its co-defendants. ING Bank was the Security Agent under a $700,000,000 Multicurrency Revolving Borrowing Base Facilities Agreement and Security Agreement with O.W. Bunker Group, the world’s largest bunker fuel supplier at the time. When OW Bunker went into insolvency, ING Bank sought to enforce its security interest in an OW Bunker receivable for bunker fuel and the subcontractor physical supplier of the fuel arrested the vessel to enforce its alleged maritime lien on the same debt. The vessel owner commenced an interpleader action and deposited the disputed funds into court. In affirming judgment for ING Bank and its co-defendants, the Second Circuit held that the physical supplier was not entitled to a maritime lien because it did not supply the fuel “on the order of the owner or a person authorized by the owner.” A copy of the Summary Order can be found here.
LPGM Partner Johannes Gabël published an article entitled M&A under President Trump for the July Issue of the Journal for German and American Law (ZDAR) of the German-American Lawyers Association. The full article can be viewed here.
LPGM attorneys David Potter and Jaipat Jain obtained a preliminary injunction for an LPGM client in United States District Court in Minnesota that foiled an attempted corporate coup. After the owner of two wholly-owned subsidiaries advised the CEO of those two companies that he was being replaced, the CEO refused to leave and purported to remove the other two directors in each company. Upon LPGM’s motion, the Court enjoined the CEO from representing himself as an owner, director, officer, employee, or agent of the companies. A copy of the Court’s decision is available here.