“He looked at me and he said, ‘Are you HIV positive?’ and I said, ‘Yes, and it’s okay, there’s nothing to be afraid of, there’s medication now, we can live a normal life,’” Jefferey Villacampa said. “That was the end of that conversation and shortly after I was fired without notice.”
A lawsuit against JetBlue following a pilot’s meltdown on a New York-to-Las Vegas flight has been quietly settled.
The women, who also filed a claim against the Assembly, say they were hired by Assemblyman Vito Lopez last year and were subjected to sexual harassment by him. Just weeks before, Silver had settled claims by two other women against Lopez in a secret deal using $103,000 in public funds.
A long legal process lies ahead for the parents of a 6-year-old boy who was shot and killed in Toms River by their neighbors’ even-younger son.
A Harlem woman went to a Rihanna’s concert earlier this month at the Barclays Center and claims she left with herpes.
Paterno estate attorney Wick Sollers said the suit was to be filed in state court in Centre County, home of Penn State’s flagship campus.
Ervin Mears Jr. said in the suit filed this month that his son Mawusimensah was subjected to bullying and harassment while on the Sterling High School team.
A lawsuit filed by an Upper East Side teacher accused an acquaintance of “torturing, mutilating and murdering” her cat and laying waste to her family’s apartment, according to a published report.
The operators of an apartment building in southern Brooklyn were facing a lawsuit Tuesday, for allegedly discriminating against potential tenants.
U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) has filed a lawsuit to overturn his censure.
Attorney Susan Chana Lask said Hyun Lee used her own name when ordering pictures online, but noticed her name was listed as “Ching Chong Lee” on the receipt when she picked up the photos on Feb. 7 at a CVS in Egg Harbor City.
A settlement was announced Tuesday in a lawsuit over the seizure of the Occupy Wall Street library at Zuccotti Park.
A Florida billionaire energy maven and wine collector told a New York jury Wednesday that he doesn’t even like wine auctions anymore, because he has too often been the victim of buying fake wine.
A former New York City transit worker filed a lawsuit Wednesday, claiming that he faced “a campaign of hostility” toward his Muslim faith on the job.
A Bronx woman alleged in a lawsuit that NYPD officers pepper sprayed her, and injured her three children in doing so, for allegedly entering a subway station without paying.
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