Hinckley & Heisenberg LLP

Founded in 2000, Hinckley & Heisenberg LLP has developed a reputation as a notable boutique litigation firm. The firm caters to a diverse clientele, ranging from mid-sized companies that require skilled attorneys with experience in complex commercial litigation to investors who have suffered losses due to others' financial misconduct. Based in New York, the nature of our cases makes our practice national, and we have represented clients in courts throughout the country.

Recent Cases:

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains an $8.4 million arbitration award on behalf of a group of investors against NCM USA Bronx LLC, and Tessler Developments LLC Big Apple Capital Lenders LLC v. Tessler, AAA Case No. 01-21-0003-8672

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains summary judgment for Media Company in breach of contract claim by film company. Frat Star v. FJerry (NY Supreme Court 2018)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains $3.4 million verdict in favor of its client for breach of contract and tortious interference with contract following a three-week long jury trial in New York State Supreme Court. Katzap v. Knickerbocker Village (N.Y. Sup. Ct. May 14, 2015.)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains summary judgment against accountant and his accounting firms for malpractice in rendering tax advice. (January 2015)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains summary judgment dismissing $4 million "PACA" claim against a factoring company. Pacific Tomato Growers, Ltd. v. Tanimura Distributing, Inc. (C.D. Cal. Nov. 13, 2012.)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains appellate victory for its client, reinstating client's claims against seller of Knickerbocker Village and its new broker. Katzap v. Knickerbocker Village (App. Div. 1st Dep't. Nov. 8, 2012.)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains summary judgment for its client, a commercial landlord, on a $1 million pollution liability policy. Sunnyside Development Co. v. Chartis Insurance (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 27, 2012.)

* Hinckley & Heisenberg obtains settlement of nationwide class action against Subaru based upon the Federal Odometer Act. The settlement, approved by the U.S. District Court, provided Subaru owners with benefits valued at approximately $60 million. The settlement will extend consumer warranties and reimburse consumers for excess lease changes and prior automobile repairs. Vasilas v. Subaru of America, Ltd. (S.D.N.Y. 2011.)

* Judge grants approval of nation-wide class action settlement with Subaru concerning Subaru odometers , Law360.com, June 28, 2010