In an action alleging legal malpractice, tortious interference with contract, fraud and negligent misrepresentation, CG&P obtained summary judgment in favor of its client, the seller’s attorney in a disputed real estate transaction. Plaintiffs unsuccessfully sought to conclude the transaction, and subsequently claimed that CG&P’s client had tortiously interfered with their contract. The Kings County Supreme Court agreed with CG&P’s arguments that plaintiffs’ various causes of action were inapplicable to CG&P’s client and that plaintiffs were unable to demonstrate that they were ready, willing, or able to purchase the property. The Court denied plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgment and dismissed all claims and cross-claims asserted against CG&P’s client. The case was handled by CGP Partners, Gary Petropoulos and Christopher Rogers.