New York's attorney general warned the owner of Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall that it may be violating anti-bias laws.
LOS ANGELES — Harvey Weinstein has been indicted on new sex crime charges in Los Angeles, just as his trial on separate rape and sexual assault charges in New York was poised to get underway, prosecutors announced Monday. The Hollywood mogul has been charged with raping one woman and sexually assaulting another in separate incidents […]
New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood sued ExxonMobil on Wednesday, accusing the oil giant of defrauding investors about the financial risks of climate change and lying about how it was calculating potential carbon costs.
Retired Towson lawyer's play based on the 1967 Cambridge riot is getting its premiere in New York.
A New York City-based intellectual property firm will join Venable LLP, creating one of the largest IP groups in the country, Venable announced Tuesday.
A New York appeals court says a chimpanzee isn't entitled to the rights of a human and doesn't have to be freed by its owner.
As many as 72 percent of Airbnb Inc. reservations in New York City in recent years violated the law, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said, vowing to “shut down illegal hotels in the five boroughs.”
Choice Hotels International Inc., a Rockville-based hotel franchiser, and Meyer Jabara Hotels have opened the Cambria Hotel & Suites White Plains – Downtown, located just north of New York City. The six-story hotel contains 130 suites.
Real Hospitality Group, an Ocean City-based hotel company, announced on Wednesday it has opened the Home2 Suites by Hilton Long Island City – Manhattan View in New York. The hotel is the first all-suite, extended-stay hotel in Long Island City, a Queens neighborhood just across the East River from Manhattan, Real Hospitality said. The hotel, […]
A recent New York decision on the "unfinished business" lawyers take with them when their old firms go bankrupt may mean their new law firms can rest a bit easier. But here in Maryland, there’s a 33-year-old reason to toss and turn.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing a Christian organization of defaming a Muslim group in a book that alleged that the Muslim group conducted terrorist training.
Three former leaders of a once-potent New York law firm are facing fraud charges stemming from its collapse.