Owners of luxury apartments near the London museum have sued over a viewing platform they say offers a “relentless” invasion of privacy.
Largely on hold while his criminal case unfolded, the suits from 10 women who say he also sexually assaulted them will now proceed in Massachusetts and California.
A preliminary injunction comes in a trademark infringement case over a cafe-art gallery, originally known as MoMaCha, on the Lower East Side.
A U.S. appeals court ordered the new trial in a suit accusing the band of copying a riff from the band Spirit for the intro to its 1971 song.
Nederlander of San Francisco asked a judge to prevent a rival theater from staging the popular shows.
The cases — one criminal, the other civil — will be decided in two Manhattan courtrooms, and include allegations ranging from sexual assault to a cover-up by his former company.
The sausage company that commissioned it believes it was, despite a disputed image of the artist that may have been altered.
Amar Ramasar, one of the company’s stars, and Zachary Catazaro were implicated in a lawsuit that has roiled the company.
A dissonant note before the opening of the revamped private museum to the public — by reservation — next month.