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AG court filing reveals details about possible Trump fraud

“The Trump Organization used fraudulent or misleading asset valuations to obtain a host of economic benefits, including loans, insurance coverage, and tax deductions. And while OAG has not yet reached a final decision regarding whether this evidence merits legal action, the grounds for conducting the investigation are beyond reproach.”

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.

UPDATED: Appellate court rules against White Plains in East Post Road...

The corporation counsel for the City of White Plains said it was reviewing the decision and “will consider its options and decide how to move forward."

White Plains moves ahead with East Post Road property condemnations

The White Plains Urban Renewal Agency has moved forward with its plans to acquire up to 12 privately owned parcels of real estate on...

East Post Road property owners take White Plains to court...

https://youtu.be/nptc_jlZZbU Five landlords who own property on East Post Road in White Plains that the city’s Urban Renewal Agency voted to take by eminent domain...

Judge Linda Jamieson expects more court cases in Covid aftermath

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxXZqoMyrXo&feature=youtu.be The Commercial Division in Westchester of the New York State Supreme Court is seeing an increase in new cases as a result of the...

Attorney General accuses NY Domino’s franchises of wage theft

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued Domino’s Pizza, claiming locations of the international pizza franchise in the state systematically undercalculated employees’ gross...

MTA payroll tax declared unconstitutional

A state Supreme Court justice yesterday declared the Metropolitan Transportation Authority payroll tax unconstitutional, with the MTA saying it would appeal the decision.

MBIA confident going into restructuring trial

A trial date of May 14 has been set in the case ABN Amro NV et al. v. Dinallo, in which three remaining plaintiffs are challenging MBIA’s 2009 restructuring.