12-year-old Maria Herrera hanged herself after being tormented by classmates for more than a year.
The incident was the latest headache for Barneys, which paid $525,000 over racial profiling charges.
Jilted couples who planned to wed at reBar confronted Jason Stevens at his May 22 court date.
Four of the nine proposals would operate a full service hospital at the Cobble Hill property.
With bids due Wednesday to redevelop LICH, here's a primer on where things stand.
Representatives from labor unions and a community group spoke to potential bidders Monday evening.
New details on the settlement were announced Friday afternoon at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.
LICH advocates and attorneys for state officials reached an agreement on the hospital, they announced.
Hotel Chelsea tenants and management settled after years of legal disputes.
The deal with the Attorney General's office settles a $1.75M lawsuit over James' club mismanagement.
The two sides signed an agreement for an unspecified amount, a Bronx judge announced Monday.
Educational Housing Servies houses students at Baruch and Pace, among other schools.
The city will use nearly $500 million in settlement cash to help pay for services.
Ideas included a "Greenpoint High Line" and a solar-powered streetcar.
Irving Walker, 42, settled with the city after police falsely accused him of an LES burglary spree.
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