350,000 New Yorkers Receiving Free Legal Help To Fight Evictions Through Right To Counsel

The de Blasio Administration today announced the expansion of its right-to-counsel initiative to five new neighborhoods: Morris Heights in the Bronx, East New York in Brooklyn, East Harlem, and Inwood in Manhattan, and Far Rockaway in Queens. Continue Reading →

New York Sues Dunkin’ Over 2015 Data Breach

New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit against Dunkin’ Brands in connection with a data breach from Harlem to the Hudson that goes back to 2015. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A$AP Rocky Found Guilty In Sweden

A$AP Rocky’s assault case with the Swedish authorities reached its conclusion on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Continue Reading →

Harlem Church Accuses Real Estate Firm Of “Old Testament Vengeance” In Lawsuit

UPDATED, 10:55 p.m. August 8: A historic Harlem church is seeking $20 million from a real estate developer it accuses of fraud in a lawsuit filled with biblical references. Continue Reading →

New Yorkers Flock To New Jersey To Embrace Legalized Sports Betting (Video)

By Bretton Daniels

Following a ruling from the Supreme Court to permit sports betting outside of Nevada, many U.S. states have vied to legalize such operations. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson Sued For Discrimination and Wage Theft (Update)

Easter reports that Harlem Chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson is being sued for discriminating against black bartenders at his flagship Harlem restaurant Red Rooster. Continue Reading →

Networking Event For The New York State Diversity Coalition In Harlem

Law.com reports that the New York State Diversity Coalition held its annual Networking and CLE Event on November 16, 2017, at the Dwyer Cultural Center in Harlem. Continue Reading →

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