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Long Island City »

Family of Japanese Man Fatally Struck by Cop Car Plans to Sue City

Ryo Oyamada was fatally hit by an NYPD patrol car in Queens as police were responding to a 911 call.

Meatpacking District »

Gaslight Lounge Owners Cheated Business Partners Out of $5M, Suit Says

Two owners allegedly posted bodyguards outside last week to prevent the other owners from entering.

Forest Hills »

Queens Infant Disfigured in Botched Bris, Lawsuit Charges

A Queens rabbi allegedly botched the circumcision of a baby, then told the father the boy was fine.

Port Morris »

FreshDirect Defends New Bronx Facility Against Legal Challenge

A group of residents filed a lawsuit trying to block the company from building a new base in The Bronx.

West Village »

Village Vanguard Hit with Sexual Harassment, Age Discrimination Suit

A 63-year-old waitress says she was mistreated at the jazz club for 35 years.

Greenwich Village »

LCD Soundsystem Frontman Accuses Record Label Partner of Misusing Funds

James Murphy is suing the co-founder of his record label, DFA, claiming he owes nearly $100,000.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side Co-Op Tries to Evict Elderly Man's 'Dangerous' Dog

The co-op board claims that Oscar, a chow-golden mix, has repeatedly attacked residents.

Rosebank »

Teacher Accused of Hijacking School Website Sues Colleagues

A Staten Island teacher claims he was removed from the classroom after two co-workers bad-mouthed him.

West Harlem »

Councilman Robert Jackson Sues City After Wife's Fall at Fairway

Robert Jackson says his wife suffered severe injuries at the Fairway market in his Harlem district.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn Couple Accused of Being 'Puppy Killers' Sues Pet Adoption Agency

A Brooklyn couple says they were labeled "puppy killers" by animal rescue groups for returning a dog.

Corona »

Grocery Wholesaler Delivering Toxic Fumes to Corona Neighbors: $10M Suit

Residents also complained that Moreno Produce employees were harassing them, the suit says.

Corona »

Family Of National Guardsman Killed by Police Plans to Sue City

The family of Noel Polanco has filed a $20 million notice of claim, according to reports.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Gamblers Played the Ponies in Brooklyn Grocery Store's Basement, Police Say

Police said the basement of a Brooklyn grocery store acted as a gambing den taking horse-racing bets.

Central Harlem »

Lenox Lounge Owner Gutted Jazz Hotspot's Historic Interior, $25M Suit Says

Lenox Lounge owner Alvin Reed illegally stripped down the historic site, his landlord claims.

Midtown »

Scaffolding Removed from Popular Midtown Dumpling Restaurant

A new landlord took down scaffolding blocking the eatery Spring from the street, its owner said.