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 →

Lawyer Who Stole $600K From Harlem’s Second Providence Baptist Church Enters Plea

A crooked lawyer took a plea deal Friday after swindling more than $600,000 from a Harlem church reports NY Daily News. Continue Reading →

Harlem Church Attorney Who Stole $600k Will Resigns And Pay Restitution

Law.com reports that a Manhattan lawyer has resigned from the bar and admitted that he can’t “defend himself” against professional-misconduct allegations that say he stole $600,000 from a Harlem church he was representing. Continue Reading →

Ex-Law Associate Charged With Stealing From Second Providence Baptist Church In Harlem

The Law reports that a former law firm associate has been indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for allegedly stealing $600,000 from a Harlem church he represented in a real estate transaction. Continue Reading →

Historic Harlem Church Wants To Allow Sale Of Building For $6M To Condo Developer

The plan is to keep the faith — just in a nicer building.

A historic Harlem church wants a judge to let it sell its building to a condo developer in a deal that will allow the house of worship to keep operating on at least three floors of the new space, the Daily News has learned. Continue Reading →

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