April 14, 2021 A class action alleges the New York City Campaign Finance Board unlawfully changed resident-contribution-matching laws “in the middle of an election."
March 29, 2021 A class action alleges New York City and the Dept. of Correction have unconstitutionally kept young pretrial detainees in “stealth isolation confinement facilities” indefinitely without due process or a legitimate purpose for doing so.
March 22, 2021 A lawsuit claims New York City authorities charged excessive fines for alleged price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic while ignoring companies’ due process rights.
November 5, 2020 A proposed collective action claims the City of New York has failed to pay proper overtime to certain social services workers.
July 8, 2020 A class action says officers who participated in the NYPD's Paid Detail Program have been paid weeks or sometimes months after their regularly scheduled pay days.
December 11, 2019 A class action claims Rikers Island correction officers exhibited a pattern and practice of falsely accusing visitors of drug-smuggling and arresting them without probable cause.
May 16, 2019 The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is among the defendants in a proposed class action filed over the alleged inaccessibility of New York City’s subway system to people with disabilities.
November 27, 2018 A former Brooklyn prosecutor and several high-ranking co-defendants face a lawsuit filed on behalf of those caught up in an illegal 18-month wiretapping operation.
November 14, 2018 The City of New York faces a class action over the police department's handling of taking arrest photos for Muslim women who are forced to remove their hijabs in front of men.
March 16, 2018 With two individual plaintiffs, Turning Point for Women and Families has sued the city over the NYPD's ban on religious headgear when taking booking photos.
October 9, 2017 Five plaintiffs claim the odds are illegally stacked against intellectually disabled parents being investigated by NYC's Administration for Children's Services.
October 9, 2017 A class action argues New York City's bail/release process is 'hopelessly broken' and leads to individuals unnecessarily remaining detained for hours or days.