Summer 2012

The firm was successful in securing the dismissal of an action brought against a major wireless carrier by plaintiffs seeking monetary damages allegedly stemming from the construction of a nearby cell tower. Our litigation team led by Leslie Snyder and assisted by associates Doug Warden and Adam Moss argued that plaintiffs had failed to state a cause of action by neglecting to specify the nature, extent or amount of the alleged damages. The court agreed. In dismissing plaintiffs’ action, the court further held that there was no basis for the unjust enrichment and constructive trust claims through which plaintiffs sought to attach tower rental revenues. The case, Leidel v. Annicelli (Docket No. 102456/2010) was entered in NYS Supreme Court (New York County) on July 6, 2012.