McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP Client DataTreasury Corporation Prevails In 10-Year, $100 Million Litigation With Former COO and Director
NEW YORK (November 21, 2013) — New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division Justice Emily Pines recently dismissed a complaint brought by Michael Trimarco, the former Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of DataTreasury Corporation, a company founded on Long Island and now based in Plano, Texas, which owns patents that cover technology relating to the electronic imaging, storage and retrieval of checks. Trimarco had alleged that, under the terms of an option agreement, he was entitled to the value of 1.5 million stock options pursuant to a December 31, 2002 option agreement that he contended were worth more than $100 million.
New York (November 19, 2013) — Shari L. Klevens, J. Randolph “Randy” Evans and Alanna G. Clair at McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (MLA), announce the publication of their book, The Lawyer’s Handbook, by American Lawyer Media (ALM Inc.). The book is an easy to read guide to malpractice avoidance and ethics compliance that provides attorneys with practical and everyday guidance, tips, and forms.
“In today’s fast paced, high intensity law practice, attorneys need an easy to use, quick reference guide that answers their questions quickly and accurately. The Lawyer’s Handbook does exactly that – make the law practice easier, safer, and more efficient,” said Terry Walsh, president, Massachusetts Bar Association Insurance Agency.
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