New York State Senator Jessica Ramos hailed the granting of a temporary restraining order, vacating the State Liquor Authority’s summary order of suspension as “huge” in Page Six today and hopes that the Cloister Café case brought by Rob Garson, Kevin Kehrli and Jacob Pargament of GS2Law will “change the way the State Liquor Authority approaches businesses.”
In what is being described as “the first time a restaurant tried to retaliate in federal court against state authorities enforcing pandemic-related social distancing rules” Eyewitness news reported on the case brought by GS2Law against the New York State Liquor Authority for breaches of procedural due process.
It is Cloister Cafe’s position that its license was summarily...Read More
Cloister Café’s license was suspended in circumstances that do not comport with procedural dues process as alleged in the lawsuit brought by GS2Law against the New York State Liquor Authority. Page Six’s article quotes Robert Garson “The liquor authority are acting like … they’ve imposed a form of that they’re not adhering to proper investigation” which is at the very core...Read More
By Maddie Brown
For many people, one of the most disruptive effects of the coronavirus pandemic has been the shift to working from home. As states begin to reopen, many people who had to make this shift will be asked to return to the office. However, given that the pandemic is ongoing, appropriate general precautions need to be in place and specific precautions may need to be taken on an...Read More
Kevin Kehrli prevailed in the Second Circuit in LG Capital Funding, LLC v. CardioGenics Holdings, Inc. 18-1797-cv in which the Circuit agreed that the District Court had incorrectly subtracted from the actual loss calculation the unpaid principal and unpaid interest that CardioGenics owed LG under the Note as of the date of breach. As can be seen in the judgment below, the Circuit held...Read More