Tag: New York City

Investment firms sue oil company, alleging breach of contract

An oil company was sued by two investment firms in Harris County District Court in Texas over an alleged breach of contract. SSG Advisors, LLC and Chiron Financial LLC filed the lawsuit against Daybreak Oil and Gas Inc., claiming that

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Free mental health clinics aim to offer alternative to VA care

A new series of mental health clinics for veterans have opened in an effort to fill a perceived gap in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) system. Over the past three years, the VA has been criticized for long appointment

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Intra-Family Conflict After Death – It’s Expensive

Within the confines of this office’s newsletters over the years are strategies designed to assist you in planning your estate to implement your decisions, your goals, avoid taxes and avoid probate. But were you aware that even the best laid

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Fake Uber drivers target passengers at NYC airports

Uber is fighting to stop scammers from posing as company cab drivers at several New York City airports. Imposters are using clipboards and bogus signs for the ride-hailing service to lure travelers into their cars. According to the Better Business

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Housing Assistance for People with Disabilities

Finding affordable housing can be difficult for people with disabilities, who may have special housing needs or limited funds. However, there are a number of resources available to help: Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York The Center for

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Freedom Tower contractor found guilty of wire fraud

A Canadian contractor working on the Freedom Tower in New York City was convicted of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud charges on August 10. A Manhattan federal jury found Larry Davis, 65, and his company guilty of

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Three men arrested in New York City fraud case

Three men were arrested on fraud charges brought by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in Manhattan over $12 million that investors were told would be used to produce major films. Gerald Seppala, Steven Brown and James David Williams face conspiracy, money

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Credit card fraud charges becoming more common in New York City

Charges for crimes such as credit card fraud, identity theft, and other Internet crimes are becoming more common. Police say that the occurrence of such crimes has risen, and prosecutors have increased their focus on these charges. Manhattan district attorney

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Settlement Reached for Seniors Who Must Leave Assisted Living Home

Settlement Reached for Seniors Who Must Leave Assisted Living Home An assisted living home for seniors in New York City is closing and five residents who had refused to move will accept a $3.35 million settlement. In March 2014, the management

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Settlement Reached for Seniors Who Must Leave Assisted Living Home

Settlement Reached for Seniors Who Must Leave Assisted Living Home An assisted living home for seniors in New York City is closing and five residents who had refused to move will accept a $3.35 million settlement. In March 2014, the management

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