Home Tags Lawsuit

Tag: lawsuit

NYC developers spar over Stamford office property ground lease

At press time, 1111 Summer Street Ventures did not respond to requests for comment.

Heavyweight NYC developer Extell starts building in Westchester

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmH18DvmPLg Extell Development, which is viewed as redefining the Manhattan skyline with its high-rise projects that include the 1,550-feet-tall, 131-story Central Park Tower, has started...

Yorktown sued over zoning; supervisor defends town’s actions

Yorktown Town Supervisor Matt Slater on May 11 defended actions the town has taken to apply an Overlay Zoning District to property in the...

New York and Connecticut announce restitution from TurboTax lawsuit

"Intuit misled the most vulnerable among us to make a profit," said James.

Court orders restaurant owners to compensate workers forced to kick back...

One employee who suffered a retaliatory firing will receive $10,000.

Legal dispute roils wine company leadership

Steffanci sought $255,646 in damages in the initial filing.

Frontier sues Wyoming telecom firm over robocalls

Frontier said the robocalls are damaging its landline service.

Norwalk’s Grist Mill Village site at the center of a lawsuit

Neither party in the case commented on the litigation.

Westport freelance writer files $1M defamation lawsuit against The Atlantic

The magazine stated the lawsuit was "meritless."

Waterfront development poised to move forward

Twining Properties was selected by the city to create a 13-acre waterfront development that is to include a rehabilitated and repurposed New Rochelle Armory, with 10 acres to be commercially developed and three for a new city-owned park.

Trump sues to stop AG James’ investigation that includes his Westchester...

Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have filed suit to stop New York State Attorney General Leitia James from proceeding with her investigation into their dealings regarding certain real state properties including the Seven Springs Estate in Westchester.

Unions file lawsuit to enable organizing within Connecticut National Guard

It is a felony for members of the armed forces to support labor-organizing in their ranks.

AG James delivers first opioid settlement funds to Westchester, Hudson Valley

Westchester County Executive George Latimer accepted a check amounting to $13,522,237.42.

Trump demands jury trial in Dutchess County

The lawsuit identifies Donald Trump as a private citizen, rather than as a former U.S. president.

James settles case concerning 431-unit, 117-acre development

“Every New Yorker deserves equal opportunities in housing, regardless of gender, race, nationality or their faith," Letitia James said.