Awarded – $1,028,846.51 check from NY Yankees

Lawsuit Tries Boss’ Memory

Yankee owner George Steinbrenner came down with a persistent case of memory loss yesterday trying to dodge a $1 million lawsuit over unpaid bills on blueprints for Yankee Stadium luxury boxes. A Pennsylvania firm, GSGSB Inc., filed suit charging the Yankees hired it in 1984 to design luxury boxes and a restaurant for well-heeled fans.
Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani’s Ukraine smear case started with splashy Hollywood deal gone bad — and a cameo from Jack Nicholson

A Hollywood deal that went sideways gave federal investigators clues to unravel the explosive scheme to dig up dirt on Joe Biden in Ukraine — a plot that could land America’s Mayor behind bars. Lev Parnas, one of Rudy Giuliani’s shady Soviet emigre partners in an alleged scheme to boost President Trump’s reelection, also once scammed a friend out of $350,000 that he claimed was a loan to help fund a proposed flick called “Memory of a Killer,” a Long Island federal judge ruled.
Lauren Jenai

CrossFit Co-Founder Rebounds with Jailed Pal After Messy Split From Ex

Co-founder of CrossFit Lauren Jenai has recovered from a messy split from her ex-husband and former business partner Greg Glassman, and found love again, Page Six can reveal — with Franklin Tyrone Tucker, a close high school friend who’s currently in a Florida jail charged with a murder he says he did not commit. Jenai, who began a relationship with Tucker while he’s been jailed over the past year-plus, told us they’re engaged to marry while she tries to get him out on bail and prove his innocence.
Sergei Polonsky

Russian Oligarchs Caught in Love Triangle Are Fighting Over Miami Villa

Two Russian oligarchs — in a love triangle with the same woman — are fighting over a townhouse in Miami. New York lawyer Robert Hantman is trying to stop the property from being transferred to Yulia Drynkina, the ex-girlfriend of his client, Sergei Polonsky, and mother of three of his children, who is reported to be in a relationship with his former business partner Roman Trotsenko.
Person Writing on Board

Major Trump Donor in Florida Hit With Judgment Over Bad Movie Deal

A $510,000 judgment from the Eastern District of New York has followed Republican party donor Lev Parnas to his home turf in the Southern District of Florida, as he's yet to pay back money he borrowed for a movie that was never made. Aventura commercial litigator Tony Andre of the Andre Law Firm filed to register a foreign judgment in the Southern District of Florida against Lev Parnas, a Boca Raton resident and major Republican Party donor.
Julius Nasso, left, and Grandmaster Jhong Uhk Kim

How Unreleased Martial Arts Film and $10M Lawsuit Have 2 Prominent Staten Islanders Set for Courtroom Showdown

Well-known Hollywood producer Julius (Jules) Nasso has delivered the legal equivalent of a $10-million karate chop to Grandmaster Jhong Uhk Kim, his producing partner in a recently completed martial arts movie. Nasso seeks that amount in damages from Kim, alleging the martial arts maven has abrogated his financial and promotional responsibilities, dooming the movie, entitled "DARC," to a "short shelf-life and near-certain financial failure."
Robert Cenedella

New York museums call for $100m lawsuit to be dismissed

Earlier this year, artist Robert Cenedella filed a federal class action lawsuit against five major American institutions alleging manipulation of the art market. Now, five New York Museums, which Cenedella has accused of being part of a ‘corporate museum cartel’ that only promotes artists within their own collections, are seeking a court dismissal of the case, .

This Artist Is Suing New York’s Largest Museums for Excluding Him. Now, His Day in Court Has Arrived.

At a hearing for the outlandish case, a lawyer likened museums' choices to those made by NBA teams during a draft. While many artists believe they deserve more recognition than they’ve received, most just complain about it to their friends. Artist Robert Cenedella has gone a different route: He’s taken the museums that he believes have wronged him to court.
Sui He

Victoria’s Secret model Sui He returns to New York Model Management, avoids lawsuit

It’s no longer a case of He said, she said. A $1 million lawsuit against Victoria’s Secret model Sui He has been dropped. The pioneering Chinese model, who tried making the jump from New York Model Management to Women Management shortly before fall Fashion Week, has returned to her original agency. That agency in turn has agreed to drop their lawsuit against the 27-year-old Wenzhou native.
Andrew Lloyd Weber and the cast of "Katdashians!

Andrew Lloyd Webber goes after Kardashian ‘Cats’ musical

After “Cats” creator Andrew Lloyd Webber mauled Nicole Scherzinger for exiting a revival of his musical, the claws came out in a battle between the iconic composer and an off-Broadway show he says stole his tunes — “Katdashians! Break the Musical!” A New York Times review of “Katdashians” on Sunday described it as “a noisy concoction that grafts the wacky Kardashian family . . . into an extravaganza resembling [Webber’s] ‘Cats,’ ” with “music . . . sounding suspiciously like ‘Cats.’”
Michael Glyn Brown

Ex-hand surgeon acquitted of beating his wife in 2011 now accused of choking a flight attendant and threatening to ‘strip naked’ on plane

A former hand surgeon who is no stranger to legal battles, is in trouble again after he allegedly grabbed a flight attendant by the neck during a recent transatlantic flight. Michael Glyn Brown, of Houston, Texas, is accused of making 'rude sexual comments' to the flight attendant as he grabbed her during a January 2 flight from London to Miami.
The outrageous cost of being a model

The outrageous cost of being a model

Modeling is a time-consuming, demanding and cutthroat profession. But most of all, it can be prohibitively expensive. Unlike most U.S. workers, models regularly see huge chunks of their earnings -- whether it's a third, more than half, or even entire paychecks -- disappear right before their eyes.
Magomed Abdusalamov

Judge dismisses claims against promoter for boxer’s injuries

A New York judge has dismissed negligence claims against a boxing promoter who didn't ask for a heavyweight fighter to be taken by ambulance to a hospital after a 2013 bout in Madison Square Garden that left him severely disabled. Magomed Abdusalamov, 35, known as the Russian Tyson, lost a 10-round bout with Ismaikel "Mike" Perez on Nov. 2, 2013. After the fight, he underwent surgery for a blood clot in his brain. He is now paralyzed on the right side and has trouble communicating.
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