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Quoted October 23, 2017

Oved & Oved LLP Suit on Behalf of Iron Chef Cat Cora Reported in AM New York

AM New York published an article detailing the suit filed by Oved & Oved LLP on behalf of former “Iron Chef”, Cat Cora for the unauthorized use of her name and likeness by New York restaurant “Fatbird”. To view full article, please click below: https://www.amny.com/eat-and-drink/cat-cora-fatbird-lawsuit-1.14591152

Cat Cora's Attorneys

Quoted October 23, 2017

Oved & Oved LLP Suit on Behalf of Iron Chef Cat Cora Reported in Reuters

Reuters published an article detailing the suit filed by Oved & Oved LLP on behalf of former “Iron Chef”, Cat Cora for the unauthorized use of her name and likeness by New York restaurant “Fatbird”. To view full article, please click below: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-people-catcora-lawsuit/celebrity-chef-cat-cora-sues-nyc-restaurant-she-had-backed-idUSKBN1CS2QD

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Quoted October 23, 2017

Oved & Oved LLP Suit on Behalf of Iron Chef Cat Cora Reported in NY POST

The NY Post published an article detailing the suit filed by Oved & Oved LLP on behalf of former “Iron Chef”, Cat Cora for the unauthorized use of her name and likeness by New York restaurant “Fatbird”. To view full article, please click below: http://nypost.com/2017/10/23/cat-cora-accuses-fatbird-partner-of-stiffing-her-out-of-400k/

Quoted October 13, 2017

Oved & Oved LLP Partner Terrence A. Oved, Esq., quoted in Commercial Observer Article

In an article discussing a dispute between a commercial tenant and its landlord in which the department chain store Ross Dress for Less was granted a nearly $2 million rent abatement, the Commercial Observer reached out to Terrence A. Oved, Esq for his comment on the effects of the current retail market on a tenant’s […]

Quoted October 4, 2017

Oved & Oved Partner, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., Quoted in Real Deal Article

Developers of property at 432 Park Avenue agreed to buy back a luxury condominium from the seller, a seemingly unusual occurrence. When reached out to by The Real Deal for comment, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., stated that though it is unusual, it is not unheard of as it amounts to “put option,” and makes sense […]

Referenced October 2, 2017

Darren Oved, Esq., quoted in Crain’s Article Reporting on Firm Victory for FIKA Coffee

Crain’s published an article detailing the victory of Oved & Oved LLP’s client, FIKA Coffee, over a dispute over a lease in the 365,000-square-foot mall known as the Oculus at the World Trade Center, where after the mall missed its opening dates, Fika’s investor pulled out but the landlord would not allow Fika to get […]

Referenced September 28, 2017

Oved & Oved $60 Million Litigation Reported in NY POST

Oved & Oved LLP, on behalf of its client, Fleet Street Ltd. commenced legal action against Vince Camuto Group for breach of contract by giving its women’s coat business to Aldo, who tortuously interfered with Fleet Street’s contract negotiations with Vince Camuto, causing significant damage worth at least $60 million. To view full article, please […]

Commentary September 26, 2017

Oved & Oved LLP Victory on behalf of Client FIKA Noted in Real Deal

The Real Deal published an article detailing the victory of Oved & Oved LLP on behalf of its client, FIKA Coffee, over a lease dispute in the 365,000-square-foot mall known as the Oculus at the World Trade Center, where after the mall missed its opening dates, Fika’s investor pulled out but the landlord would not […]

Quoted August 6, 2017

Oved & Oved Partner, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., Quoted in Real Deal Article

The Real Deal published an article detailing how brokers have been boycotting the website StreetEasy.com after the website instituted paid programs and rental listing fees. In discussing whether agents can be forced to remove listings from StreetEasy, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., commented that agents aren’t compelled by law to maximize the reach of a listing […]

Quoted August 4, 2017

Oved & Oved Partner, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., Quoted in Real Deal Article

The Real Deal published an article detailing a legal battle over poaching agents between two real estate brokerage firms, Douglas Elliman and William Raveis. Notwithstanding the fact that a jury upheld a claim that Raveis and a former Elliman manager conspired to poach top agents from Douglas Elliman, Terrence A. Oved, Esq., when asked for […]

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