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MCB Senior Trial Partner Thomas A. Mobilia, Esq. assisted by Partner Aryeh S. Klonsky, Esq. obtained a defense verdict for their clients, a renowned eye surgeon and his ophthalmology group. The case was tried in New York County Supreme Court during a 4-week trial before the Honorable Frank Nervo.

Plaintiff, a retired medical malpractice trial attorney, alleged that the defendant eye surgeon negligently recommended laser catarac...

Senior partner Daniel Freidlin and Associate Jacqueline Wild obtained a discontinuance just prior to jury selection in a case involving a 12 year old girl who suffered a severe stroke secondary to tuberculosis meningitis.  The plaintiff claimed that the child was misdiagnosed with viral meningitis over the course of two admissions to our client hospital as well as several outpatient visits to the codefendant private pediatrici...

MCB Labor & Employment Partner Valerie K. Ferrier and Associate Stacey Lococo handled this matter in the Eastern District of New York involving plaintiff, a former employee of a Brooklyn restaurant, sued for alleged unpaid wages and retaliatory termination. After plaintiff failed to take any class discovery, and without ever having moved for conditional class certification under the lower standard of the Fair Labor Standards A...

Senior Partner Jeffrey A. Shor assisted by Associates Michael F. Bastone and Brian S. Kim obtained a motion for summary judgment in a home health services case. In this case, MCB represented a company that provides home health aides to residents of an assisted living facility. On the day in question, the scheduled aide called in sick. While the company sought to find a replacement, the plaintiff was discovered unresponsive in...

Senior Partner John J. Barbera, Partner Aryeh S. Klonsky and Of Counsel Gregory A. Cascino obtained a dismissal of this medical mal­practice action which arose out of our radiologist’s interpretation of Plaintiff’s December 18, 2014 cervical MRI. Plaintiff underwent a cervical CT on November 18, 2016, which was worrisome for soft tissue sarcoma. In Plaintiff’s May 6, 2019 Complaint he alleged that our radiologist misread the M...

Senior Partner Kenneth R. Larywon and Associates Jason F. Kaufman and Gregory A. Cascino obtained a Motion for Summary Judgment in a case involving a then 37-year-old female who was admitted to defendant hospital on February 25, 2011, at 37+ weeks’ gestation for abdominal pain. A crash C-section was performed due to plummeting fetal heart rate. Following the successful delivery of the baby, old and new blood was discovered in...

Senior Partner Anthony Sola, Partner Matthew Frank, and Associate Alyssa Rodriguez obtained a voluntary discontinuance in response to their summary judgment motion made in Queens County Supreme Court. Plaintiffs claimed that our maternal fetal medicine attendings, ob/gyn residents, and physician’s assistants delayed in delivering the baby for non-reassuring fetal monitoring and alleged placental infection. The mother’s prenata...

Christopher A. Terzian, Esq. obtained a defensed verdict in Supreme Court Richmond County in a case in which the plaintiff claimed that defendant doctor and hospital committed medical malpractice in the delayed diagnosis of a potentially fatal ascending aortic dissection. The plaintiff, a then 42 year-old retired man, arrived via ambulance to the ER at defendant hospital complaining of pain in his chest and abdomen, with diffi...

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