Category Archives: Lawyers

Review: The Beekman Hotel lounge in City Hall

October 27, 2016- by Steven E. Greer City Hall has been a no-man’s land for decades, with few places of any quality to go for lawyers and

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Viva la Preet

November 30, 2016- President Trump met with federal prosecutor Preet Bharara and decided to

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Get to know your rights granted by The Constitution

May 30, 2016- by pro se litigant Steven E. Greer, MD Now that I am a federal plaintiff and pro se litigator, with a viable case asserting my First Amendment rights,

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It will be hard to comprehend the ramifications of President Trump until years from now

November 10, 2016- by Steven E. Greer Most people are still trying to process this major surprise of Trump winning the presidency,

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CB1’s Ninfa Segarra has the guts to take on Glenn Plaskin, LeFrak, and Gateway

September 28, 2016- A class action was filed against LeFrak’s Gateway plaza back in April of 2014.

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Several hundred rental apartments in BPC just became listed

June 13, 2016- by Steven E. Greer BatteryPark.TV previously reported on the lawsuit between Howard Milstein and his real estate

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Federal court refuses to dismiss lawsuit by Kirk Swanson against the BPCA

June 8, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD The federal lawsuit against the BPCA, brought by former BPCA executive Kirk Swanson, passed

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Howard Milstein loses control of apartment buildings, rules the Appellate Division

Update July 2, 2016- The Appellate Division modified their decision this week to allow the new

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BPCA lawyer Seema Singh ousted

Update September 21, 2016- Seema Singh has indeed been removed from her position.

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Glenn Plaskin sued for intimidating plaintiffs in class action filed against LeFrak’s Gateway Plaza

September 27, 2016- A class action was filed against Gateway plaza for breaching the warrant of habitability.

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BatteryPark.TV wins major victory in federal lawsuit against the BPCA

September 30, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD The federal judge rendered a crucial decision today in my federal lawsuit against the BPCA and real

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From now on, June 8th is “First Amendment Day”

June 9, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Folks, something historic took place yesterday. BatteryPark.TV and a federal judge defended

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It’s official: Federal court declares that I am a true journalist

October 2, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD As if it were not enough for me to have been a freelance journalist for The Wall Street Journal, allowed

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Yes. You can defend yourself against Internet defamation.

Update July 19, 2016- We had another court appearance and the judged signed an order

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This is why “service dogs” in NYC are out of control

September 23, 2016- BP.TV has extensively reported on the “service dog” scam, whereby selfish,

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Shelly Silver to get 14-years in prison, say prosecutors

April 20, 2016- The NYT reports, “Federal prosecutors in Manhattan asked a judge on Wednesday

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Exclusive: Jeff Galloway led away in handcuffs to prison

Update September 24, 2015- Jeff Galloway was released from prison on September 18th, apparently.

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BPC woman sues divorce lawyer after bad sex

October 1, 2016- Karma. The Post reports, “A Battery Park City woman had a torrid affair

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What is the difference between organized crime and the Cuomo/de-Blasio administrations?

Update September 21, 2016- Joe Percoco and other top aids to Cuomo were officially indicted today by Preet Bharara.

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Federal judge paints BPCA lawyer Seema Singh as a law breaker

June 9, 2016- In the recent decision by federal judge J. Paul Oetken, in the Swanson v BPCA case, it makes one

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