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Upper West Side »

Peter Bryan Torres says his supervisor harassed him for his HIV-positive status, forcing him to resign.

Upper East Side »

It has been four months since Pegi DeFeo died and there's still been no funeral, the suit states.

Central Harlem »

Opportunity Charter School sued the city for its decision to close its middle school.

Lower East Side »

Judith Dauber invested in The Comfort before it closed after being open for less than a year. 

Crown Heights »

Neighbors have so far prevented the city from opening a shelter for homeless men on Bergen Street.

Times Square & Theater District »

Bruno Travalja fell from a construction site at the former Flatotel building last year, officials said.

Midtown South »

Three other patients who stayed at Hope Lodge on 32nd Street also contracted the illness, the suit says.

Upper West Side »

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered Matthew Lodge to pay three victims he attacked in their home.

Upper East Side »

The cook at Zucchero E Pomodori sometimes working more than 60 hours a week, the suit says.

Upper West Side »

Jeanette Myers was riding the escalator at the UWS store when a falling cart struck her, the suit said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Officers arrested men they perceived as gay or gender non-conforming, a federal lawsuit claims.

Upper West Side »

Paul Nungesser sued the school twice for its handling of Emma Sulkowicz's public protests about rape.

Meatpacking District »

A Manhattan federal judge ruled the Army Corps of Engineers improperly issued a permit for the project.

Civic Center »

De Blasio's team tried to claim his agents were not subject to Freedom of Information requests.   

Upper West Side »

Amelia Roskin-Frazee sued Columbia, saying the college dismissed her reports of sex assaults on campus.