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Ardsley sports complex, coach tip off in court over job change

Andrew Borman says Ardsley's House of Sports wants to block him from a job at a nonprofit Read More»

Ritzy sports center threatens to sue coach who went to b-ball association for poor kids: suit

The owners of House of Sports, a ritzy Westchester “Olympic style athletic training facility,” are threatening to sue their former basketball coach for going to a "competitor" – a non-profit basketball association catering to poor kids. Read More»

Fox News Retracts Fraud Claim Against Former Executive

When Fox News president Roger Ailes fired his close advisor Brian Lewis last year, the channel claimed–via a series of coordinated leaks to Fox-friendly outlets–that Lewis was terminated over "financial irregularities" and unspecified "breaches of his employment contract." Lewis fired back, and eventually settled with Fox for $8 million in November. Read More»

Truth and a Prize Emerge From Lies About Hoffman

The amount of money being paid by The Enquirer will not be disclosed, Mr. Burstein said, adding, "It's enough for the foundation to give out these grants for years to come." Read More»

Tacopina Sues Daily News, Two Reporters, Kerik for Defamation

Prominent defense attorney Joseph Tacopina has hit the New York Daily News, two of its reporters and disgraced former police commissioner Bernard Kerik with a $15 million defamation action alleging the trio schemed in a "clever, but corrupt plan" to have Kerik file a "meritless" disciplinary complaint that would clear the way for the newspaper to publish a libelous article questioning Tacopina's ethics. Read More»