Co-op sues to shush Web site

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An Army reservist is being sued by her Coney Island co-op for calling attention to building shenanigans. Igor Oberman, the co-op board president of Trump Village Section 4, filed a libel suit against Julia Bezvoleva last month — claiming her news Web site was scaring away potential buyers and ruining his reputation. “Several potential employers have […]

The Former Downstein Manager’s $5 Million Lawsuit Against NYU and Aramark, Explained

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Hoben v. Aramark and New York University alleges a wrongful termination of Tim Hoben, the former general manager of operations at Aramark NYU and an Aramark employee of eight years. Hoben is represented by the New York law firm Daniel Szalkiewicz and Associates. Hoben is charging Aramark with libel and slander and trespassing of personal […]

Lawsuit From Former Downstein Manager Reveals Aramark Misled Public About Insensitive Black History Month Meal

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The Black History Month meal served in Weinstein Passport Dining Hall on Feb. 20 that resulted in the firing of two employees of NYU’s food service provider Aramark was orchestrated and led by Aramark, according to evidence obtained from the lawyer of Tim Hoben, one of the terminated employees suing NYU and Aramark for $5 million. Hoben was fired […]