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  • NY AG reaches agreement with GrubHub over tips

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached an agreement with the online food delivery company GrubHub Inc. to ensure that the tips it collects from customers will be given to the workers they were intended for. Schneiderman said Wednesday the investigation into...

  • US sues NY real estate dealer over disabilities

    NEW YORK (AP) — The federal government has sued a prominent real estate developer, saying some of the company's apartment buildings are not sufficiently accessible to people with disabilities. The lawsuit in Manhattan federal court was brought Wednesday against The Durst Organization Inc. It...

  • Official: 6 subpoenas in NY stock trade probe

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — An official familiar with the investigation said the New York Attorney General's Office has issued subpoenas to six firms and sent a letter to another for details about split-second stock trading and any unfair advantages. The official told The Associated Press Wednesday...

  • CORRECTION: Suffolk County tobacco law

    MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — In an April 14 story about tobacco sales restrictions, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Suffolk County was the first municipality in the country to raise the age limit to 21 for buyers of tobacco products and electronic cigarettes. Other communities...

  • Hot models at this year's New York Auto Show

    NEW YORK (AP) — With more than 1 million visitors annually, the New York International Auto Show is one of the most important shows for the U.S. auto industry. Here are some of the vehicles debuting this year. The show opens to the public Friday. ACURA TLX: Honda's luxury Acura brand calls...

  • Report: Progressive New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio paid 8.3 percent tax rate

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and first lady Chirlane McCray paid an 8.3 percent effective tax rate on $165,047 of total income in 2013, according to tax returns cited by the Wall Street Journal.

  • Paul Krugman could receive $25,000 per month for income inequality initiative

    New York Times author and liberal economist Paul Krugman has been offered a position as a distinguished scholar for a nine-month stint at the City University of New York's Luxembourg Income Study Center, which researches income inequality.

  • How is NY's economy? Governor candidates disagree

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York has been on the right path during his term. Republican challenger Rob Astorino says New York is losing. Can both be right? With New York's economic condition an election-year issue, Cuomo claims the state reversed its decline in the last...

  • Vornado Realty settles with New York AG, will upgrade to ADA standards

    Schneiderman NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced an agreement on Tuesday with a commercial real estate company to ensure individuals with disabilities are provided equal access to its shopping center parking lots. Vornado Realty Corporation...

  • Punitive damages reintroduced in NYC asbestos litigation

    NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – On Tuesday, New York Supreme Court Justice Sherry Klein Heitler delivered an order reinstating claims for punitive damages in the New York City Asbestos Litigation. The Weitz & Luxenberg law firm filed the motion requesting an order to lift former deferral...

  • Report: New York inspects its tanning salons more than its abortion clinics

    New York's state Health Department is more concerned with the safety of tanning salons than the safety of abortion clinics, according to a report in the New York Post. And not every abortion provider in the state is regulated. Of the 225 providers that pro-abortion advocates claim are in New...

  • Bruce Braley to rub shoulders with New York trial lawyers

    NEY YORK (Legal Newsline) – Even with the fallout from his “farmer” gaff still haunting him, U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley, D-Iowa, has committed to another speaking engagement with trial lawyers, this time in New York. On March 25, American Rising PAC posted a video of the Braley, who is...

  • U.S. stocks slip, but hold close to an all-time high

    NEW YORK — The stock market held close to its all-time high on Thursday amid optimism that the economy is set to strengthen. Stocks are on course for their best weekly gain in seven weeks after investors got more encouraging news on the economy. A survey showed that U.S. service firms...

  • Court order filed against N.Y. used car dealer

    Schneiderman ROCHESTER, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced on Tuesday that he obtained a court order against a Rochester-area used car dealership that allegedly misled customers and failed to pay off liens on used vehicles. Schneiderman filed a...

  • N.Y. AG sues FedEx for $70M over shipment of cigarettes

    NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a $70 million lawsuit on Monday against Federal Express Corporation for allegedly shipping close to 80 million contraband cigarettes illegally to consumers throughout the state. The lawsuit joins and...



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