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Hearing scheduled in Xerox lawsuit against Christian publisher

Oklahoma-based Tate Publishing twice defaulted on leases for Xerox digital equipment.

Moody’s settles Connecticut lawsuit on misleading ratings

$864 million settlement also resolves federal charges.

Yorktown Costco and BJ’s lawsuits separated by judge

Judge Francesca E. Connolly ruled that the suit, filed by local independent gas station owners in April, would be split up because of individual project differences.

State sues Wells Fargo for mortgage servicing

New York’s attorney general drops similar legal action against Bank of America.

NSSF sues over speedy passage of gun laws

The National Shooting Sports Foundation filed a lawsuit July 8 alleging that the process of passing the state's recent gun control package violated the normal legislative process.

DeCicco’s fills market void in Armonk

A family-owned outfit builds a new supermarket; CVS slotted for former A&P.

State sues HSBC, alleging foot-dragging for profit

Attorney general says bank must hasten foreclosure conferences.

Rift on the ridge

The developer of Ridge Hill in Yonkers seeks a court judgment against the project’s condo developer for more than $1.6 million

Attorney general accuses banks of mortgage violations

Schneiderman threatens to sue over national mortgage settlement allegations.

Conn. psychiatric groups sue insurers

Three Connecticut psychiatric groups filed a lawsuit April 10 against several insurance companies for allegedly manipulating rates on mental health, making it difficult for patients to access treatment and doctors to provide quality care.

Making you unattractive to lawyers with hungry clients

The more you have, the bigger the legal bull’s-eye on your back.

Settlement reached over Chappaqua Crossing

Developer Summit/Greenfield has agreed to drop its two lawsuits against the town of New Castle, pending approval of a retail zoning district at the Chappaqua Crossing property.

Game On 365 lease approved in Greenburgh

Voters in Greenburgh overwhelmingly approved a referendum to allow the town to lease the former Frank’s Nursery site to Game On 365 to build the Westchester Field House.

Greene sites lawsuit for resignation

Robert Greene, who resigned from the North Castle Planning Board two weeks ago, said that he resigned because of fear of a lawsuit over the Brynwood project.

Lawsuit filed over Greenburgh bubble

A group fighting to stop the town of Greenburgh from leasing the former Frank’s Nursery site on Dobbs Ferry Road to Game On 365 has taken its grievances to court.