Nancy Gawlowicz is the third woman in the schools facilities division to say females treated unfairly.
Gallagher's 2000 should have escorted a fired stripper out of the club, the lawsuit says.
The NYPD refused to make disability pay retroactive for an officer who rescued dozens of people.
The Civilian Complaint Review Board started a disciplinary trial for Officer Roman Goris last week.
NYPD officers beat the family of a woman after entering her home without a warrant, a lawsuit said.
The Federal Railroad Administration threatened to exercise federal control over the rail line.
Lawyer Roy Den Hollander is suing the MTA, claiming its seven-day and monthly passes are misleading.
A lab worker who reported potentially deadly mistakes was threatened and denied a promotion, she said.
Jenny Mendez is suing the store for $40 million, claiming she was wrongfully arrested and lost her job.
The lawsuit claims the city should have done an environmental review before planning to move the court.
Brick New York urges its bodybuilders to repeatedly drop heavy weights on the ground, the lawsuit claims.
A federal judge declined to grant an injunction to block the demolition of graffiti center 5Pointz.
Ex-employee Richard Santiago seeks $500,000, claiming his funeral home boss sexually harassed him.
Juliana Terian is fighting trustees of her late husband's estate for control of Rallye Auto Group.
Forest City Ratner has had $761 million in subsidies, but now wants to cut the amount it pays the city.
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