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Lenox Hill »

Thousands of Rare Posters Stolen by Nazis to Be Auctioned

The auction will benefit the family of Hans Sachs, who collected the posters more than 75 years ago.

Upper East Side »

Real Estate Heiress Joselyn Wohl Beat Up Sobriety Coach, Lawsuit Says

Manhattan real estate heiress Joselyn Wohl threw her sobriety coach down a stairwell, a lawsuit claims.

Bensonhurst »

Disco Party Ruined by Rap Music, Lawsuit Claims

A talent scout who planned a disco party was hustled by a Brooklyn club owner, a lawsuit claims.

Coney Island »

Coney Island Cyclone's Speed Injured Rider, Lawsuit Says

A rider who claims she was injured on the roller coaster is suing the operators.

Inwood »

Waitress Who Said She Was Sexually Assaulted Sues Boss, NYPD Detective

An Inwood waitress who claimed she was sexually assaulted is suing a cop, her boss and the city.

Williamsburg »

Longtime Brooklyn Daycare Sues City After Being Denied Funding

Small World Daycare's suit claims the new EarlyLearn funding application has "arbitrary" standards.

Upper West Side »

Professional Complainer Says Ex Kicked Him Out of Pad for Ruining Feng Shui

Ralph Charell says his ex tossed him out of her apartment because he disturbed the pad's "chi."

Stuy Town »

Tenants to Get $68.7 Million in Stuy Town Rent Settlement

Tenants of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village agreed to a settlement over disputed rents.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Tenants Lose Long Legal Fight for Rent Stabilization

A state court denied an appeal by tenants at Independence Plaza North earlier this month.

Upper West Side »

Lawyer Arrested for Knocking Down Bicyclist in Central Park

An Upper West Side lawyer was arrested and sued for knocking down a cyclist in Central Park.

Bronx »

Bronx Man Sues City Claiming Cop Arrested Him for Carrying Viagra

A Bronx man claims he was arrested for carrying prescribed Viagra.

Boerum Hill »

Landlord Uses Hurricane Damage in Attempt to Evict Tenants, Lawsuit Says

Tenants at a damaged Brooklyn building say their landlord ordered them to leave or face eviction.

Yorkville »

Pols File Federal Lawsuits to Stop East 91st Street Garbage Station

Critics said Hurricane Sandy proves the city shouldn't be building a waste transfer station in Zone A.

Melrose »

Hospital Cop Allegedly Slapped by Co-Worker Claims Bosses Ignored Abuse

A Bronx hospital peace officer claims a co-worker slapped her but that her supervisors did nothing.

Union Square »

Family of Woman Killed by Truck in Union Square Sues City for $30 Million

The city, truck driver and truck manufacturer could have prevented Roxana Buta's death, her mother says.

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