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Tag Archives: Law Enforcement

New York Police Department

NYPD Accused of Racial Profiling in Stop and Frisk

By Leandros Vrionedes |

A federal trial concerning the “Stop, Question and Frisk” policy of the New York City Police Department concluded in May, and a decision is expected soon. The two-month trial of Floyd v. City of New York began on March 18 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York with… Read More »

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New York City Restaurant Agrees to Pay $600,000 to Settle Same-Sex Harassment Lawsuit

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Earlier this year, Sparks Steak House in Manhattan agreed to pay $600,000 to settle charges brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), alleging sexual harassment of 22 male workers by a male supervisor. The lawsuit in EEOC v. Michael Cetta, Inc. d/b/a Sparks Steak House alleges that the floor manager, or maître… Read More »

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Suits and the City

Highway Construction and Fuel on the Floor

By Leandros Vrionedes |

A couple of personal injury lawsuits against New York City were recently resolved in the courts. One case resulted in a jury award of $7.25 million for the injured plaintiff and his wife. In the other case, the court refused to hold the City liable for its worker’s on-the-job injury. Lack of Signage Causes… Read More »

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Court Determines Mishandling of Teen’s Corpse Only Worth $600,000, Despite Jury’s Million-Dollar Verdict

By Leandros Vrionedes |

New York Public Health Law provides that every body of a deceased person is entitled to a decent burial or cremation within a reasonable time after death. Section 4215 in particular addresses the remains of a body after an autopsy dissection has been performed and requires that these remains be buried as well. In… Read More »

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NYC Police Chase Injury

Police Chase Ends Badly for Innocent Bystanders; Appeals Court Refuses Help

By Leandros Vrionedes |

A police chase through New York City streets ended when the car being pursued lost control of the vehicle, striking and injuring two pedestrians. A lawsuit against the City was recently dismissed by the appellate court, citing a New York law giving considerable leeway to police when in pursuit. This law allows police to… Read More »

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