Case Results

Hegge & Confusione is proud to have achieved positive outcomes for so many deserving clients. Please keep in mind that the success of any appeal depends on the unique circumstances of each case. We cannot guarantee future results based on past successes we have achieved.

Summary Judgment Reversed and Trial Ordered

New York’s First Appellate Division Department agreed with Hegge & Confusione that summary judgment was improperly granted on the client’s claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress: “There is a triable issue of fact as to whether defendant’s conduct was sufficiently outrageous to sustain a cause of action for intentional infliction of emotional distress…” Read More

New Trial Ordered for Injured Plaintiff

New Jersey’s Appellate Division agreed with Hegge & Confusione that the trial court deprived the injured client of a fair trial before the jury on her personal injury claims: “We find that the effect of these two rulings deprived the jury of an opportunity to assess the full extent of plaintiff’s alleged injuries and render its own determination as to the etiology of plaintiff’s complaints and her need for surgery. Because the evidence was essential to a full and fair presentation of plaintiff’s case, its exclusion was clearly capable of producing an unjust result. Accordingly, we reverse and remand for a new trial.” Read More

Equitable Distribution Judgment Affirmed

New Jersey’s Appellate Division agreed with Hegge & Confusione in rejecting the appeal by the adversary and affirming the family court’s equitable distribution ruling on the client’s behalf arising from a divorce. Read More

Criminal Convictions Vacated

New Jersey’s Appellate Division agreed with Hegge & Confusione that the lower court “failed to comply with the self-representation protocol mandated by” New Jersey law and noting, “As a predicate to that new trial, the assigned judge shall reconsider the discovery and trespass issues that have been presented more cogently by appellate counsel in his brief on appeal.” Read More

Summary Judgment Reversed for Trial on Client’s Account Stated Claim

New York’s Second Appellate Division Department agreed with Hegge & Confusione that summary judgment was improperly entered on the client’s claim for unpaid goods, reversing for trial on the client’s account stated claim. Read More

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About Michael Confusione

New Jersey attorney Michael Confusione co-founded Hegge & Confusione in 1999 and heads the firm's appellate practice. He has over 20 years of experience in appellate law and has handled hundreds of civil and criminal appeals.

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