Second Appeal Win for Le Parker Meridian

Le Parker Meridien

Won a second appeal in a dispute between client Le Parker Meridien and its neighbor. The neighbor sought a court order to require that Le Parker Meridien move a sidewalk bridge for work it was conducting on its property, to accommodate the neighbor’s erection of a crane. After winning at the appellate division, blocking the neighbor’s attempt to forcibly move the sidewalk bridge, the neighbor brought causes of action against Le Parker Meridien for abuse of process, tortious interference with contract and prima facie tort. Olshan was successful in having those claims dismissed by the trial court, and, on the neighbor’s appeal, the appellate division affirmed our arguments. The full appeal opinion can be read here.

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