Ever since the financial crisis hit, the Attorney General’s office has dealt with hundreds and hundreds of condo escrow disputes. And you know what, enough is enough. If you want to argue about whether or not the developer delivered on the terms promised in the contract and deserves to keep your deposit, well you are going to have to take your legal bickering elsewhere.
The Real Deal reports that the Eric Schneiderman’s office isn’t going to resolve any more condo disputes—which generally arise from changes to plans, delayed delivery dates, construction defects or buyers simply changing their mind and trying to back out of deals—any more. People are going to have to settle their legal claims in state and federal court.
A group led by Brooklyn district leader Chris Owens announced today that they are suing Mayor Mike Bloomberg for $100 million or his appointment of Cathie Black as city schools chancellor last year.
The class action suit, filed on behalf of the city’s public school parents, alleges that by appointing Black as schools chief, Read More
Southern District U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, the man behind the government’s ongoing hedge fund crackdown, today announced he’s working to sideline websites that trade in illegal streaming of copyrighted sporting events.
Seizure warrants have been executed on offending sites Atdhe.net, Channelsurfing.net, HQ-Streams.com, HQ-Streams.net, Firstrow.net, Ilemi.com, Iilemi.com, Iilemii.com, Rojadirecta.org and Rojadirecta.com, Mr. Bharara’s office said Read More