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He concealed his losses, the complaint states, “in an effort to regain his own lost money and attract new funds.”
Brigade Capital Management, a creditor, has asked for an independent examiner to investigate “potential misconduct.”
Federal lawsuit claims that Scarsdale police removed political signs posted by supporters of a school bond issue.
Dr. Edward Halperin, the college’s chancellor and CEO, showed the Guatemalan entourage the biotechnology incubator program, medical training simulators and new dental school.
United Monroe campaigned to “take back our town board,” and made frequent references to the “Kiryas Joel power elite.”
Two women are demanding $36 million in damages in a class-action lawsuit.
Community Housing Innovations leased units to tenants who had too much income, a lawsuit claims.
The Yankees charged $26,000 to his credit card without his knowledge or consent, Jerry Zandman says, and tickets were never provided.
The harassment allegedly occurred before July 2015, when BFY Brands bought the company.
The spike in unemployment can be explained in part by the dynamics of the labor market. More people were looking for work here.
“The agreement operates as a gift of public funds,” the school board states in the lawsuit.
Xu Jiaqiang stole “extraordinarily valuable proprietary computer source code that had taken millions of dollars and literally decades of work to perfect.”
Vedoutie Hoobraj, who also is known as Shivonie Deokaran, raised more than $50,000, mostly in and around Ardsley, with poignant appeals about her plight.
Eileen Mildenberger, an attorney who had once directed the county Industrial Development agency, and Edwin J. “Ned” McCormack were appointed by the IDA board.
The court’s decision is the second time that David DeSilva Sr. of Hopewell Junction has been reined in for cheating customers.