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Mr. Five Boro at it againApril 25, 2012

Five Boro Psychological Servs., P.C. v MVAIC, 2012 NY Slip Op 50677(U)(App. Term 2d. Dept. 2012)

The Mr. Five Boro award now goes to……Mr. Five Boro.

“The affidavit submitted by plaintiff’s billing and collection supervisor in support of plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment was insufficient to establish plaintiff’s prima facie case (see CPLR 4518 [a]; Art of Healing Medicine, P.C. v Travelers Home & Mar. Ins. Co., 55 AD3d 644 [2008]; Ave T MPC Corp. v Auto One Ins. Co., 32 Misc 3d 128[A], 2011 NY Slip Op 51292[U] [App Term, 2d, 11th & 13th Jud Dists 2011]). Accordingly, plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment was properly denied.”

Do you think if Mr. Five Boro had to pay $2,300 (the average cost of a record on appeal if given to a printer to do) instead of proceeding in the original record, he would have perfected such a meritorious appeal?

3 Responses

  1. Alan Klaus says:

    Can someone please explain to me what Mr. Five Boro is. Thx

  2. Alan Klaus says:

    I got it Dumb appeal

  3. rayzuppa says:

    Not just any dumb appeal Mr. Klaus. This is a special brand of dumb appeal wherein Mr. J.T. pushes for costs.

    Let us say that Mr. Five Boro may be a reference to a specific defense attorney that brings multiple appeals. (I am not commenting pro or con) Anyway I have researched this and believe it to be a possibility.

    Sort of “Mr. Prolix” being a reference to me.

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