Customers Hit By Sandy Fight For Class-Action Status In Suit Against LIPAA lawsuit on Long Island could make history as the first class-action suit in the nation against a public utility for storm-related power outages.
Lawsuit Seeks Punitive Damages Over GWB Lane ClosuresGov. Chris Christie, Bridget Anne Kelly, Bill Baroni, David Wildstein and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are named as defendants in the lawsuit. The complaint says the defendants partook in "willful, wanton, arbitrary and egregious official conduct."
Legal Wrinkle: Anti-Aging Cream Faces Class-Action LawsuitAt $92 a pop, Estee Lauder's Advanced Night Repair cream carries a big promise in a little bottle - the youth potion every woman is looking for.
Man Delivers Tearful Testimony On Day 2 Of Challenge To Stop-And-Frisk PolicyThe lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of some of the stops, with lawyers arguing the policy unfairly targets minorities.
NYC To Pay June Rent For Thousands Of Formerly HomelessNew York City said that it will obey a court decision and pay the June rent for more than 13,000 families who moved out of homeless shelters. An appeals court ruled the city must continue paying rental subsidies through the Advantage program.
New Homeowners Sue Yonkers Over Shoddy ConstructionIt was supposed to give first-time homebuyers in Yonkers a chance at "the American dream," but they say when they say when they moved in, the nightmare began.

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