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“This is no mere procedural peccadillo,” the lawsuit states.
The securities industry paid $13.5 billion to New York State in the past fiscal year, contributing 18 percent of state tax revenues.
The court ruled that Luigi Izzo disclosed confidential attorney-client information to a third party.
Walter Berkovic pleaded guilty in 2015 to failure to report foreign bank accounts, and was assessed $356,957.
“This is one of my happier moments,” Charles B. Strome III, chairman of the city’s Industrial Development Agency, said at a meeting about plans for 70 Nardozzi Place.
Antipathy to Donald Trump may have been a big factor.
Crestwood Technology Group claims that former executive Patrick Dunn may have given confidential company information to his son, head of a Maryland company that is a direct competitor.
By rejecting a request to relocate temporarily, the dealer claims, Mazda forced it to suspend new car sales.
Developer Peter Fine accused the city and mayor of political retribution for refusing to hire a particular consultant and for speaking about their dispute with the Westchester County Business Journal.
The greatest differential was in corporate money: $413,000 for Astorino and $27,000 for Latimer.
“There is a void locally,” said Patrick Pickering, AMR’s operations manager for Metro New York, “and we’re looking to fill it.”
The partners have decided to focus on their specialties – insurance coverage and insurance defense.
Joseph Cervone, 64, had pleaded guilty to using $23.5 million in bogus tax credits for clients and to concealing $500,000 of personal income.