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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The man says he was permanently injured after chomping on the rock at Dutch Fred's in Hell's Kitchen.

Dongan Hills »

A GoHealth Urgent Care worker also says in a lawsuit she was denied a promotion because of her race.

Astoria »

"It's just a niche and nascent industry, and it's kind of like the wild west," the owner's lawyer said.

Upper East Side »

Le Bilboquet's management joked about the woman's complaints and refused to take action, the suit says. 

Midtown »

Renovations to the building housing Abigael's On Broadway to leaks and a rat infestation, the suit says.

Meatpacking District »

Fatbird defaulted on payments and has "been operating ... in a substandard manner," the suit claims. 

Central Harlem »

A lawsuit accuses the landlord of destabilizing units while receiving tax breaks from the city.

Belmont »

The lawsuit claims a Jewish job applicant was given a low salary offer so she wouldn't take the job.

Midtown »

Workers at Red 27 Spa and Wellness 54 offered sex acts to officers in exchange for money, the suits say.

East Harlem »

Now the residents and the city are both suing the East Harlem landlord.

Midtown »

The officer, who tackled Blake in Midtown in 2015, accused the NYPD of handling his case improperly.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tenants including artist Mary Beth McKenzie say the Loft Board approved plans contrary to its own rules.

Huguenot »

A judge ruled that they failed to show Father Michael Reilly discriminated against staff in the suit.

Financial District »

Two men are suing the Port Authority and Otis Elevator Company over the incident.

Tompkinsville »

The 2016 arrest was part of an intimidation campaign by the city, the lawsuit filed Tuesday said.