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HOMELESS PERSON DOESN'T PRIMARILY RESIDE ELSEWHERE

Where does a "homeless" person primarily reside? That was one of the questions addressed by the New York County Civil Court in the case of TOA Constr. Co., Inc. v. Tsitsires. Since the ...
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WHO'S MINDING THE STORE?

An assistant manager of a Duane Reade store sued Sottile Security Company--an independent security firm retained by the chain--to recover damages for personal injuries incurred during the course of an ...
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MAXINE MAXES OUT

While our state and federal Constitutions safeguard freedom of speech and assembly, even those fundamental protections have their limits. In Christopher Housing Court Co. v. Murrell, an eviction ...
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ALL ABOUT EVA

For some three decades Eva Schlesinger enjoyed her below-market, rent-regulated unit, but the "near octogenarian" recently put her tenancy in jeopardy due to an "escalating pattern" of disruptive ...
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