Abrahami v. Meister Seelig & Fein LLP et al

  1. August 01, 2023

    Businessman Drops Meister Seelig Suit Over $30M Loan

    An Israeli businessman and Wix.com founder told a New York federal judge on Monday that he would drop his malpractice lawsuit accusing Meister Seelig & Fein LLP of failing to properly secure his $30 million loan.

  2. May 31, 2023

    Seyfarth Looks To Ditch Firm's Claims In $30M Loan Spat

    Seyfarth Shaw LLP told a Manhattan federal judge Wednesday that Meister Seelig & Fein LLP can't rope it into a malpractice suit by an Israeli businessman over an alleged failure to properly secure his $30 million loan.

  3. March 13, 2023

    Work Product Doctrine Protects NY Firm In $30M Loan Spat

    An Israeli businessman who brought a legal malpractice suit alleging his New York legal team didn't provide due diligence on a $30 million loan cannot access a document the firm prepared detailing the timeline of his representation, even though he was still employing the firm at the time the document was created, a magistrate judge determined.

  4. February 16, 2023

    NY Firm Says Other Attys To Blame For $30M Botched Loan

    Meister Seelig & Fein LLP alleged any blame for a $30 million loan gone wrong lies with Holland & Knight LLP, Seyfarth Shaw LLP and a handful of Israeli attorneys, as it sought to redirect an Israeli CEO's legal malpractice claims in New York federal court.

  5. September 26, 2022

    NY Firm's Escrow Defense Contested In $30M Malpractice Suit

    An Israeli software CEO has asked a New York federal court to block Meister Seeling & Fein LLP's counterclaim seeking indemnification in his $30 million legal malpractice suit, saying the firm's argument that it was acting as escrow agent rather than legal counsel in a loan deal gone wrong is baseless.

  6. June 09, 2022

    NY Law Firm Can't Escape Suit Over Soured $30M Loan

    A New York federal judge on Wednesday rejected Meister Seelig & Fein LLP's bid to dismiss a legal malpractice suit from an Israeli software CEO, who accuses the firm of poorly representing him when he loaned $30 million for a business venture with three U.S. warehouses as collateral.