Fouchecourt v. Metropolitan Opera Association

Fouchecourt v. Metropolitan Opera Association, 537 F. Supp.2d 629 (S.D.N.Y. 2008).

Federal court grants K& R’s 12(b)(6) motion and dismisses noted  opera performer’s personal injury suit for injuries sustained during production of “Falstaff.”

Pinto v. Metropolitan Opera

Pinto v. Metropolitan Opera, 61 A.D.3rd 949, 877 N.YS.2d 470 (2d Dep’t. 2009).

Second Department upholds lower court’s finding that the defendants were entitled to judgment as a matter of law by presenting sufficient evidence that Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. (“Lincoln Center”), owner, and Metropolitan Opera, its operator, neither created nor had actual or constructive notice of an accumulation of water.

Grilikhes v. International Tile & Stone Show

Grilikhes v. International Tile & Stone Show, 90 A.D.3rd 480, 934 N.Y.S.2d 384 (1st Dep’t. 2011).

Appellate Division, First Department affirms the grant of summary judgment to K& R’s client, Metropolitan Exposition Services, Inc.  (“MES”) on the basis that Plaintiff was a “special employee” of MES, even though he was on the payroll of defendant New York Convention Center  Development Corporation (“NYCCOC”).