The Family Justice Law Center bills itself as a civil rights group with a singular target: The city's Administration for Children's Services.
The New York City Board of Elections, which is usually represented by the City Law Department, wants its own counsel.
The NYPD will have to now generate a written policy for use of the devices, which were first used by the Navy.
The MTA has denied a request from a disability rights group to disclose how much it is spending in taxpayer dollars to fight several lawsuits claiming it discriminates against its disabled customers.
Northwell sued 2,500 patients in 2020, according to a NY Times analysis.
New York Attorney General Letitia James is suing New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts.
Protesters, and those caught up in demonstrations, are beginning to file notice of claims for excessive force and other civil rights violations.
An East Village spot notorious for its pandemic parties has sued the State Liquor Authority after they voted to revoke their liquor license and shut them down.
The electric moped company Revel has suspended 2,000 riders in six weeks.
“It feels like they were just flouting the law, and they didn't take it seriously,” one lawyer said of the MTA’s historic reluctance to address accessibility issues. “And you know until their feet are put to the fire and a judge weighs in, it seems like they would continue to.”
For many of my constituents, the courthouse is no longer a place of safety and justice. It’s a trap.
New York became the latest state to sue the Trump Administration over its "public charge" rule, which limits legal immigrants from obtaining permanent residency if they're considered likely to need public benefits.
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