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“The Just For Men hair dyes are more dangerous than an ordinary consumer would expect,” the complaint states.
The claims are “patently meritless,” said the developers' Manhattan attorney, Jay B. Solomon.
Marlaina Koller used Allways East “as her own personal piggy bank,” the complaint states, “diverting millions of dollars from the (company’s) accounts for herself and other insiders.”
The decision to sell, developer Martin Berger said, is “bittersweet any time you spend five years or more on a project.”
“We do not believe that investing millions of our tax dollars in this project is a wise or sound decision at the present time,” SEIU official Lenore Friedlaender said.
The requirements, ACA executive director Susie Lupert states in a court pleading, “could be devastating to our members’ continued operations in this 2019 summer season and beyond.”
The reason for firing him is “clearly pretextual,” the lawsuit states.
Ascensia leased 65,000 square feet from Reckson in May 2017 at nearly $1.7 million a year for 11 years.
The family is asking a court to compel the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers to identify and preserve records of a priest who allegedly sexually assaulted the decedent for eight years when he was a boy.
“When this happens, it will be completely transformative," Luiz Aragon, commissioner of development said. "It will change how people perceive our city.”
Harvey Lannak discovered he had been classified as a smoker and has been overpaying the semi-annual insurance payments.
Because the dealership has ceased doing business and motor vehicles can easily be transferred or hidden, Hyundai’s attorney argues, “it is highly probable that (Hyundai) will never be paid.”
Vision Wine Brands LLC of Port Chester sued Skin Contact Wines, Ricardo Castiblanco and John Grammer in Westchester Supreme Court to stop them from using trade secrets.
“Aetna issued blanket denials of the claims,” the complaint states, “without regard to the medical necessity of the services rendered to its members.”
Steven Henning produced phony licensing and escrow agreements, purportedly from automobile manufacturers, to dupe his prey into investing.