The panel said the lower threshold found by the state's Court of Appeals should have meant a district court allowed damages under the city's Human Rights Law to be sought.
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Two female Muslim plaintiffs claim they were forced to remove their hijabs after being arrested, despite their stated religious prohibitions.
Eberhard Reichert, a German citizen, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act before U.S. District Judge Denise Cote.
In Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Harassment at Snacks Plant, #MeToo Meets Realities Faced by Immigrant Workers
The lawsuit on behalf of seven Latina workers in upstate New York claims supervisors at a snack company plant subjected them to regular sexual and gender-based harassment over the course of years.
Judge Crotty said the repercussions for attorney Joshua Paul's actions sufficed as proper punishment.
In a letter Tuesday, the judge asked the government to explain why First Amendment protections it agreed kept other official accounts from blocking people didn't apply to Trump's.
Convicted Bonanno crime family member Anthony Donato sought to have documents from the trial of his former boss, “Vinny Gorgeous Basciano, to help with his post-conviction legal efforts.
The assistant U.S. attorney was most recently chief of the office's national security and cybercrime section.
In a letter to U.S. District Judge Kevin Castel, the SEC said it was dismissing its case against Tianyi Wei, without explaining its reasoning.
The cited lawsuit, from the Nixon era, was reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, which found the lower court did have the power to compel the president.
In filings Tuesday, the state and city argued that interests of the EPA didn't line up with their own, pointing to respective cost issues and the power to create state-based regulations.