Is There A Time Limit To Follow When You File A Claim Or Lawsuit?

Most people hope for the best in virtually every situation while making an effort to prepare for the worst. Continue Reading →

Attorney General James Secures $380,000 From Fraudsters Who Turned Youth Hoop Dreams Upside Down

New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced a judgment secured against an Endicott-based high school and post-graduate basketball program and its owners for defrauding consumers by misrepresenting their program and services.

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What? Zoom Agrees To $85 Million Settlement Over “Zoombombing” Violations

Zoom has agreed to pay $85 million to settle a lawsuit claiming that it violated user privacy by sharing personal data with several social networking sites and allowing hackers to disrupt virtual meetings through a practice called “Zoombombing.” Continue Reading →

Senate Majority Advances Reforms To Industrial Development Agencies

Today, the Senate Democratic Majority advanced legislation to reform Industrial Development Agencies (IDAs) across from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Rejects Johnson & Johnson’s Appeal Of Talc Powder Verdict

Not sure how many Harlemites using talcum powder, but on Tuesday, the Supreme Court rejected Johnson & Johnson’s appeal of a multibillion-dollar talcum powder verdict. Continue Reading →

How To Know Whether You Have A Credible Medical Malpractice Case

A recent study conducted by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and published in the American Medical Association’s JAMA Internal Medicine claimed that medical malpractice suits are declining. Continue Reading →

Attorney General James Fights To Protect Affordable Housing From Harlem To The Hudson

New York Attorney General Letitia James today continued her fight to build, preserve, and protect long-term affordable housing throughout New York state. Continue Reading →

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