Lowey Dannenberg’s Richard Cohen and Uriel Rabinovitz successfully litigated Graubard Milller’s motion to dismiss the claims of a former partner in New York State Supreme Court. Mallis v. Miller, 2016 NY Slip Op 31133(U) (Sup. Ct., June 14, 2016). Plaintiff, a former equity partner at Graubard Miller, sued the firm over allocation of a $72 million contingency fee award, seeking to invalidate a contractual agreement and release alleging the firm committed larceny, coercion and breach of fiduciary duties. The Court rejected all claims, finding the agreement valid and enforceable. Read the New York Law Journal’s front page article here.