In NWM Capital v. Mark Scharfman, et al., Court Grants ECBAWM’s Clients’ Motion for Summary Judgment on the Most Significant Claims in the Complaint

  • January 29, 2016

ECBAWM won an important victory on January 27, 2016, in a partnership dispute that is pending in New York Supreme Court, NWM Capital v. Mark Scharfman, et al. ECBAWM represents the defendants in the case, the general partners in four real estate partnerships, and the managing agent of apartment buildings in Washington Heights, among others. Plaintiff is a limited partner in the partnerships. The Court granted ECBAWM’s clients’ motion for summary judgment on the most significant claims in the complaint, finding that there was “no basis for these claims.” The Court also denied plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment in its entirety. The value of the dismissed claims, according to plaintiff, was tens of millions of dollars. ECBAWM attorneys Dan Kornstein and Sam Shapiro represent the defendants.