Luxury condo sues alleged “Peeping Tom’ resident

A luxury Greenwich Village co-op comes with its own doorman, garden, bike room — and peeping Tom, according to a Manhattan lawsuit.The HamiltonWilliam C. LopezEddie Wong, a 38-year-old resident of The Hamilton at 60 E. Ninth St., was caught watching a 30-year-old neighbor through her bedroom window after she got

Warhol protégée sues neighbor for renovations that wrecked her home

“Baby Jane’’ is taking on Wall Street.Andy Warhol protégée “Baby Jane” Holzer is suing her neighbor, investment giant KKR President Joseph Bae, claiming that the renovation of his $20 million mansion nearly toppled her town house. More On: lawsuits Judge in class-action suit has held one hearing in a year Luxury condo sues alleged

Judge in class-action suit has held one hearing in a year

Justice may be slow, but this is ridiculous.The Manhattan federal judge who is overseeing a class-action lawsuit against 26 financial firms for allegedly rigging US Treasury auctions last held a hearing for the case on Aug. 22, 2016, court records show.At that time, Judge Paul Gardephe questioned whether the plaintiffs,

Kalanick calls venture firm’s lawsuit a “public and personal attack’

SAN FRANCISCO — The ousted chief executive of Uber Technologies Inc. rejected a lawsuit filed against him by one of the company’s top investors as a “public and personal attack” without merit, according to court documents filed late Thursday. see also Venture capital firm Benchmark Capital, which says it owns 13 percent

Cop fired over wife’s porn job threatens to sue

A former sheriff’s lieutenant whose wife strips for money online is considering a lawsuit against officials in an Oregon county after losing his job earlier this year, alleging emotional distress and a violation of free speech.Jeff Davis, 49, was “medically laid off” from the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office in April,

Hotel heir claims stepmom defamed him out of $300M

The son of the late Carlyle hotel owner Norman L. Peck is suing his stepmom, saying she caused him to lose $300 million in business by smearing his reputation in a very public and embarrassing way.Ian Peck’s new Manhattan suit against Liliane Peck says his dad’s widow served him with

Banks formed “cartel’, made threats against competitors: suit

Pensions representing more than 386,000 public workers across the country sued six banks on Thursday, claiming the Wall Street giants conspired for nearly two decades to inflate prices and stamp out competition in a crucial $1 trillion market.Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan and others formed a “cartel” in order

Cop: I got fired a year before retirement — for stealing $20

A cop from a notorious Brooklyn precinct is complaining that he was treated unfairly — losing his job a year before retirement for stealing just $20.Officer Richard Arroyo, who worked out of the 75th Precinct in East New York, is suing for reinstatement, arguing that if he could be booted

New York AG reaches $6.5M settlement with Manhattan Club

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a $6.5 million settlement with the owner of the Manhattan Club on Wednesday.The settlement was in regards to a lawsuit by timeshare owners over repeated false promises by the company.Under the terms of the settlement, the Manhattan Club acknowledge that they repeatedly misled

American Airlines accused destroying bride-to-be’s dress

Flying with a wedding dress can be tricky. In fact, there are several message boards dedicated to this very subject, covering everything from packing the dress to storing it on the aircraft.But nowhere in any of those forums is advice on what to do about a flight attendant who purposely

NYC businesses buy more time to post food calorie info

The city’s Health Department agreed Wednesday to postpone imposing fines on businesses that don’t post calorie information while it fights a lawsuit by food industry groups.Enforcement was scheduled to start August 21. But city officials said outside of Manhattan federal court that enforcement is being delayed at least until the

Sisters file $3M suit over Charlottesville attack

Two sisters filed a $3 million suit Tuesday over injuries they suffered in the fatal ramming of a car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville, Va.Tadrint Washington says she was driving a car that was struck when Nazi fanatic James Alex Fields allegedly used his Dodge Challenger as

Venture firm defends surprise lawsuit against Uber, Kalanick

Uber’s biggest investor on Monday pushed back against three board members — saying it waited a month before filing a lawsuit seeking to keep ousted Chief Executive Travis Kalanick from meddling in the search for his replacement.Silicon Valley venture firm Benchmark Capital, responding to accusations that it unfairly blitzed Kalanick

Robert Durst asks judge to toss $100M lawsuit

Oddball real estate scion Robert Durst is asking a judge to toss a $100 million lawsuit filed by his late wife’s family over her 1982 disappearance​ ​— calling the claim a belated money grab.Kathleen Durst’s three sisters sued the multi-millionaire heir in 2015 claiming he killed his wife and then

Venture firm defends surprise lawsuit against Uber, Kalanick

Uber’s biggest investor on Monday pushed back against three board members — saying it waited a month before filing a lawsuit seeking to keep ousted Chief Executive Travis Kalanick from meddling in the search for his replacement.Silicon Valley venture firm Benchmark Capital, responding to accusations that it unfairly blitzed Kalanick

Costco ordered to pay $19.4M for misleading “Tiffany’s’ jewelry

A federal judge ordered a “deceptive” Costco to pay Tiffany & Co. a whopping $19.4 million for misleading consumers into thinking they could buy legit Tiffany bling at warehouse club prices.The award — which reflects $11.1 million in damages, triple Costco’s profits, plus $8.25 million in punitive damages — follows

Mets fan says brute owes her $100K for punch to the face

A Mets fan who allegedly clocked a woman in the face during a home game against the Phillies is facing a $100,000 civil lawsuit over the incident after he ducked a potential assault conviction with a plea deal.Danielle Nero, 33, was at Citi Field for the Aug. 28, 2016 game

Chick-fil-A customer claims dead rodent was in chicken sandwich

A Chick-fil-A customer only realized she got more than she ordered after she bit into her chicken sandwich and found a dead rodent.Ellen Manfalouti, 46, took legal action last week against the fast food restaurant after she found a small rodent baked into her sandwich in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, according to

Syrian grandma at center of travel ban lawsuit arrives in Hawaii

The Syrian grandmother at the center of Hawaii’s lawsuit challenging President Trump’s travel ban arrived in Honolulu late Saturday, according to a report.Wafa Yahia, 52, who got approval from the US government several weeks ago, arrived at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport after a 28-hour journey that began in Lebanon,

Brooklyn DA candidate once sued the city she wants to defend

Brooklyn DA candidate Anne Swern wants to prosecute criminals — when she’s not making a buck as a plaintiff.Swern, a former high-ranking assistant district attorney under Charles Hynes, last year demanded $5 million from the city in a slip-and-fall case.And years earlier she sued her own friend for $500,000 for

Ex-employees say pizzeria boss fired them over eating a slice

Two Westchester pizzeria servers claim they were canned for snagging a slice.They said they were offered a bite of pizza to them by the chef during a busy shift — and that their angry boss compared the act to driving while intoxicated.Marie Bernardes and Eric Newman were sent home during

Neighbor says Justin Theroux is a huge drama queen

Jennifer Aniston’s actor-husband is nothing but a drama queen when it comes to his Greenwich Village legal dispute with a downstairs neighbor, according to a source close to the case.Justin Theroux filed a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit in May against neighbor and lawyer Norman Resnicow, alleging a years-long campaign of

Feds unwilling to make Trump un-block foes’ Twitter accounts

The feds are fighting back against opponents of President Trump who have sued for the right to bash him on his Twitter page.“It would send the First Amendment deep into uncharted waters” if US District Judge Naomi Buchwald intervened to make the president un-block people on the privately run social-media

Man orders a cappuccino, gets a side of cockroach

A Manhattan man claims in a lawsuit his cappuccino at a swanky Upper East Side steakhouse came with a nasty addition: a large cockroach.The insect was a nightmarish way to end a meal at The Arlington Club, where dinners can easily hit the $500 mark, said Steven Fleming, who brought

Former desnuda manager sues city over alleged false arrests

A former Times Square desnuda manager claims he was targeted by police — and is suing the city for two false arrests.On May 11, 2016, Chris Olivieri was working with the painted ladies on Broadway between 43rd and 44th streets when he was arrested after allegedly defending the women from