Owner recovers dog named “Macho” from friend as Court rules Owner had superior possessory right to dog, despite friend’s claim the dog was gifted

To make a valid inter vivos gift (i.e. during one’s life) there must exist: (1) the intent on the part of the donor to make a present transfer, (2) delivery of the gift, either actual or constructive, to the donee, and (3) acceptance by the donee.  In this case, the Court ruled the owner of [...
Read More

Email may hold the same weight as a traditional ink-on-paper agreement

We would like to share the recent ruling of the Court in Naldi v. Grunberg, an Appellate Division, 1st Department, New York Supreme Court case, as we believe that it may be of some interest to you and your colleagues, in deciding what content to include, if any, in emails to prospective buyers in th...
Read More