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Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., with roots in Westchester County, has been acquired by Everyday Health Group. Financial terms were not disclosed.
“Imposition of these tariffs will cause disproportionate economic harm to U.S. interests,” Itochu's attorneys wrote in a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer, and “it would have little or no impact on China.”
Syed Kirmani’s plan was to reopen the business as a gas station and to enlarge and convert a motorcycle repair shop to a convenience store.
The question before Judge Charles Wood was how to assess damages for five trees, given the tangled branches of New York law.
The alleged leader, Hamilton Eromosele, was charged with aggravated identity theft and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.
A judge ruled that Hotel Depot Inc. is required to pay nearly $2.4 million in sales taxes on products and services sold from 2005 to 2011.
BankUnited of Miami Lakes, Florida, sued Merritt Environmental Consulting Corp. and Lender Consulting Services Inc. for professional malpractice, negligence and breach of contract.
Werok LLC has sued Leaf Brands for defamation and libel, claiming that the California candymaker falsely accused it of trademark infringement.
The condominium was marketed and sold “as a top-tier luxury product that would afford owners and residents an elegant, pampered lifestyle,” the complaint states. “The sponsor has not delivered on that promise.”
The adversarial lawsuit claims that Michael D'Alessio received $100,000 for property in Suffolk County that was worth $1 million.
Gregory Beobide, owner of Ultimate Auto Body Inc., sued Ethos Auto Body LLC and co-owners Matthew Beobide and Dan Zimdahl for $1 million in Westchester Supreme Court.
“Since 2012, IBM has implemented age-based reorganizations twice a year, sending loyal IBMers over age 50 to the chopping block while sparing younger employees.”
Whether Executex can actually collect on the judgment is questionable, in that Holzberg has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, declaring $732,080 in assets and $836,400 in liabilities.
The IRS has made numerous attempts to collect the debts, the complaint states, by direct contact and correspondence, “all of which have been unsuccessful.”
Hudson City had denied reasonable accommodations for disabled employees, required them to go on involuntary leaves or fired them because of their disabilities.