The contractor of a 58-story residential skyscraper in Manhattan has sued the developer of the tower because it is tilting by three inches.
A Manhattan real estate mogul is suing his former business partner, seeking a payment of more than $200,000 in judgments from settled lawsuits, which is just the beginning of what the plaintiff contends he is owed.
If you are the owner of a business and you are currently trying to navigate a dispute with another party, it is likely that you will want to try to avoid going through a lawsuit. This is because lawsuits can be stressful, time-consuming and costly. However, there are times when a lawsuit is necessary in order to get the result that you want to achieve.
When you signed that two-year contract with the distributor for your product, it was a big relief. Your product can be sold nationwide now, not just in the New York cities where your delivery truck can go.
New York business owners are familiar with many of the requirements of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
You've long thought of starting a nonprofit organization in New York to benefit your passion project. But you tell yourself you couldn't possibly do it. After all, you've never run a group or a business other than a lemonade stand.
A Purchase resident, who was formerly head of Barclays Bank PLC's currency trading desk in Manhattan, filed a lawsuit against XL Insurance Co. in federal court in White Plains on Dec. 18. In his filing, he contends that Barclays declined to pay his legal fees after his arrest on federal collusive trading charges, even though their insurance policy was written saying that they would cover such costs.
If you want to set up your own nonprofit corporation, it is likely that you will have some questions and concerns about the process. It is important that you understand how nonprofit organizations work in the state of New York before you make the commitment.
A 20-year-old "influencer" has been sued in a New York court for allegedly violating a contract.