Ex-NFL player Atty to arbitrate $2 million PPE case

By Elliot Weld (September 7, 2022, 6:23 p.m. EDT) — A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a retired NFL linebacker will have to arbitrate claims that he paid a New York lawyer $2 million to medical gloves that were never provided.

U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos referenced in the ruling a 2016 Second Circuit ruling that pre-contractual terms must be expressed in “unequivocal language,” which he said was not the case. in the contract MSV Synergy, owned by former NFL player Mark Barron, had with PAZ Global Ventures, which is owned by New York lawyer Saadia Shapiro.

MSV had argued that Shapiro had given false assurances in the contract…

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