Judge Rips 'Disloyal' Ex-DataTreasury Exec's Bid To Save Suit

Law360, New York (March 20, 2014, 5:47 PM EDT) -- The New York state judge who tossed a former DataTreasury Corp. executive's $100 million contract suit because of his disloyalty to the patent-holding company refused to set aside the dismissal in a ruling posted Thursday, blasting claims that she was too friendly with opposing counsel.

Plaintiff Michael C. Trimarco had moved to have Suffolk County Supreme Court Judge Emily Pines set her dismissal of the 11-year old case aside on the alleged grounds that DataTreasury lawyer John Bracken had a "personal affinity" with her. But the...
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