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Legal Gadfly Claims MTA Is Lying About Duration of Unlimited MetroCards

Lawyer Roy Den Hollander is suing the MTA, claiming its seven-day and monthly passes are misleading.

East Flatbush »

Brooklyn Hospital Told Wrong Patients They Had HIV, Whistle-Blower Says

A lab worker who reported potentially deadly mistakes was threatened and denied a promotion, she said.

Midtown South »

NYPD Officer Says Macy's Racially Profiled Her in Black Friday Arrest

Jenny Mendez is suing the store for $40 million, claiming she was wrongfully arrested and lost her job.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Residents Sue Over City's Plan to Move Summons Court to Thomas St.

The lawsuit claims the city should have done an environmental review before planning to move the court.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Condo Board Sues CrossFit Gym Over Noisy Weight-Dropping

Brick New York urges its bodybuilders to repeatedly drop heavy weights on the ground, the lawsuit claims.

Long Island City »

Judge Allows 5Pointz Demolition to Proceed

A federal judge declined to grant an injunction to block the demolition of graffiti center 5Pointz.

Jamaica »

Ex-Worker Sues Funeral Home Boss Over Quips About Cadavers' Private Parts

Ex-employee Richard Santiago seeks $500,000, claiming his funeral home boss sexually harassed him.

Upper East Side »

Widow of $180M Dealership Owner Driving Execs Crazy, Suit Says

Juliana Terian is fighting trustees of her late husband's estate for control of Rallye Auto Group.

Prospect Heights »

Atlantic Yards Builder Sues City in Attempt to Cut 'Tax' Payments

Forest City Ratner has had $761 million in subsidies, but now wants to cut the amount it pays the city.

Long Island City »

Judge Extends Order Blocking 5Pointz Demolition

Artists behind the famed graffiti site are suing to keep the building, and their art, from demolition.

Long Island City »

Ed Dept Boss Accused of Sexism Gave Raises Only to Men, Sources Say

John Shea, a Department of Education CEO, didn't give raises to female workers, angering staff.

Upper East Side »

Met's $25 Admissions Fee Gets Official Nod from City

The Met is being sued over "confusing" signage making its suggested admission seem mandatory.

Corona »

Engineering Student Arrested for Stealing Belt He Bought From Barneys: Suit

Trayon Christian said he purchased the belt after saving up money from his part-time job.

Central Harlem »

New Restaurant in Lenox Lounge Space Could Open in Spring 2014

Richard Notar said his new restaurant will have unpretentious food and rooftop dining.

Upper East Side »

Fake Royal Accused of Ripping Off Rockefeller Commode

Josef Meyers, who once worked with ex-FBI agent Michael Grimm, allegedly stole the pricey furniture.

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