A pair of property-owning companies are taking the city to court hoping to throw out changes that could allow three new developments to rise near the city’s train station.
A non-profit made up of local property owners are challenging two ordinances halting rent increases and tenant evictions amid COVID-19, claiming the new laws violate their civil rights.
Four Jersey City residents are taking Suez and a contractor to court over the service disruption, which they claim left them without water to wash their hands amid COVID-19 concerns.
The owners of a Joe’s Crab Shack in Clifton claim that after they asked for a rent reduction over COVID-19 restrictions, Briad’s CEO told them he "would rather f***ing burn down the building than have them stay there rent free."
A local developer who owns a townhome inside a newly created condemnation area has gone to court in hopes of stopping plans for a 50-story high-rise along Marin Boulevard.
A local educator is taking the city to court looking to toss an upcoming public ballot question about switching to an appointed school board in place of the currently elected one.
The developer of Lincoln Harbor is taking the town to court over an ordinance they claim retroactively limits building heights and adds public parking requirements to a redevelopment agreement.
The wine and burger chain has taken the mall’s owners to court, claiming that facility upgrades and a planned development expansion have created a “ghost town” near their restaurant.
Newark filed a lawsuit saying that New York City is violating interstate commerce rules by coercing families to sign leases for illegal and uninhabitable apartments.
A developer sued after their plans for the 'Hudson Yards West' project in Union City were denied. Now, as part of a tentative settlement between the city and the developer, the Union City Planning Board is expected to hear a revised application.