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The NYC ice cream legal (and not so legal) war

From 6/1/16 FiveThirtyEight, with the NYT link: $287,858.44 Selling ice cream out of trucks in New York City is apparently a violent and disturbing business, as laid out in a frankly absurd article describing the difficulties facing the Mister Softee … Continue reading

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“Plaintiffs suing Suffolk may proceed anonymously”

Source: Plaintiffs Suing Suffolk May Proceed Anonymously | New York Law Journal This is a more volatile and important civil rights case than the headline suggests. The beginning paragraphs will tell you why: Plaintiffs alleging that Suffolk County police officers … Continue reading

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In praise of Letitia James, NYC Public Advocate: she’ll sue

Ms. James has filed more lawsuits against mostly city agencies than her three immediate predecessors combined over 20 years. Source, New York Times: Letitia James’s Ease in the Courtroom Informs Her Role as Public Advocate Ms. James, who was a … Continue reading

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