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July 08, 2021
Former New York Yankees star Joe Pepitone is demanding the National Baseball Hall of Fame return a bat that Mickey Mantle borrowed to knock his 500th home run, according to a federal suit made public Wednesday.
March 02, 2021
A cryptocurrency mining company's former landlord is wrongly holding on to 1,600 cryptocurrency miners and other computer equipment after its lease expired, according to a complaint filed Tuesday in New York federal court.
February 03, 2021
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made an arbitrary and unconstitutional decision when he allowed casinos and bowling alleys to start reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic but denied that same allowance to arcades, Dave & Buster's said in a lawsuit lodged Wednesday in New York federal court.
January 05, 2021
National Income Life Insurance Co. is facing a proposed class and collective action in New York federal court from a former employee alleging the company misclassified insurance and annuities salespeople as independent contractors and failed to pay them for training periods.
December 11, 2020
An Applebee's International Inc. franchisee with locations in New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania underpaid employees by making them do untipped work and unpaid work before and after their shifts, two servers said in a proposed collective and class action in New York federal court.
December 10, 2020
Saputo Dairy Foods USA LLC is facing a proposed collective and class action by milk production employees who claim the major dairy products producer failed to pay regular and overtime wages in violation of federal and state labor law.
September 01, 2020
A New York woman is suing units of Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. and the Cooper Companies Inc. in New York federal court, alleging she was injured when a piece of a birth control implant they make and sell broke while it was being removed.
August 24, 2020
A New York artist says that the old toilets he turned into planters are art fixtures and not junk, and that the Village of Potsdam is strangling his constitutional rights by trying to remove them from his property, according to his $7 million federal lawsuit filed Friday.
May 08, 2020
The companies behind the popular Little Trees car air fresheners hit Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. with a lawsuit in New York federal court Friday, accusing the retailer of selling infringing products and apparel that feature a pine tree logo and the slogan "stay fresh."
April 23, 2020
Ivy League students on Thursday hit Columbia and Cornell universities with lawsuits demanding reimbursement for tuition and fees, adding to a growing list of students seeking refunds from their institutions in the wake of coronavirus-spurred campus closures.