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By adamg - 10/2/23 - 9:25 am

The family of Michael Wojdag of Hanson, who died on I-93 in Braintree on Feb. 19 after his SUV rolled over and he was ejected last week sued Hedweens Quetant of Roslindale, whom they caused the crash while racing another driver. Read more.

By adamg - 9/21/23 - 9:34 am

The owner of the Andrew Square building where Tyler Falconer used to run a dog training and boarding facility yesterday sued him for the rent he stopped paying when he was charged with animal cruelty and shut his business. Read more.

By adamg - 9/15/23 - 10:21 am

The Massachusetts Veterans of Foreign Wars yesterday asked a judge to order Post 144, possibly no longer on Hanover Street in the North End, to immediately hand over its financial books for a deep audit of what's been going on with all the money the post has collected in recent years - with several hundred thousand dollars, including money meant to help veterans in need, unaccounted for. Read more.

By adamg - 8/31/23 - 10:40 am

The John B. Cruz Construction Co. yesterday sued Beacon Communities over the way it charges Beacon pushed it out of a project to rebuild the Boston Housing Authority's 357-unit Lenox/Camden complex in Roxbury. Read more.

By adamg - 8/21/23 - 9:53 am

A resident of Lothrop Street in Brighton last week sued to stop construction of a proposed six-story apartment building on Leo Birmingham Parkway where the State Police had their temporary barracks. Read more.

By adamg - 8/19/23 - 9:25 am
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The state Attorney General's office yesterday sued a Chinese cryptocoin venture with a name almost identical to another, more legitimate cryptocoin venture for defrauding cryptoinvestors - and moved to freeze the company's assets, which the state says it traced to an account with yet another cryptocurrency company. Read more.

By adamg - 8/11/23 - 1:12 pm

A New Hampshire woman headed for a free-sample table at Eataly at the Pru last fall says she never made it because she slipped on a slice of prosciutto - and now she is suing over the fractured ankle she says she suffered. Read more.

By adamg - 8/10/23 - 9:28 am

The owners of a dispensary on Boylston Street between Gloucester and Fairfield streets in the Back Bay yesterday sued the operators of a proposed dispensary three blocks down the street - and the Zoning Board of Appeal, which approved both. Read more.

By adamg - 8/3/23 - 5:14 pm
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Four construction firms that teamed up to build the Green Line Extension say the company that designed key components of the new trolley line screwed up to the tune of more than $35 million in cost overruns, and they are demanding payment, in a suit filed today in Suffolk Superior Court. Read more.

By adamg - 7/31/23 - 5:32 pm

The state Attorney General's office today asked a judge to order the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden to either hand over records requested by a local reporter, an advocacy group and a Malden resident or give a better answer than it doesn't want to. Read more.

By adamg - 6/30/23 - 2:15 pm

Four New Hampshire residents who say their father willed his body to Harvard Medical School yesterday sued Harvard and former mortuary director Cedric Lodge for the way Lodge may have removed parts from their father's body to sell to one or more macabre collectors - at least some right at the school mortuary, whose doors he allegedly opened to them. Read more.

By adamg - 6/30/23 - 11:02 am

Vinay Mehra, who left as president of Boston Globe Media Partners in 2020 after just three years in the job, yesterday sued the company over the more than $12 million in lost wages, commissions and severance he claims he is owed under a contract he charges John and Linda Henry's company decided not to honor - times three, under the state wage act. Read more.

By adamg - 6/16/23 - 2:48 pm

The owner of a single-family home on East Broadway in South Boston yesterday sued to block construction of a new two-family house and the additions of dormers and an extension to an existing home on an East 4th Street lot that touches his property at a single point, arguing the construction would mean more noise, overcrowding and shadows, and less air, light, privacy and property value for him. Read more.

By adamg - 6/16/23 - 1:35 pm

The son of a Saugus woman who willed her body to Harvard Medical School in 2019 today sued Harvard University and its former medical-school morgue director - who now faces federal criminal charges that he ran the morgue as a supermarket for people who liked to collect brains, heads, faces, hearts and other parts from bodies that were only supposed to be used for medical education and research. Read more.

By adamg - 6/15/23 - 5:17 pm

Brigham and Women's Hospital today sued the companies that run the Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP) - which provides electricity, heat and chilled water to Longwood Medical Area facilities - for trying to add what the hospital says is a bogus "reliability adder" to boost its profits by millions of dollars on the back of the medical center and other institutions. Read more.

By adamg - 6/6/23 - 4:44 pm

Tropical Foods on Melnea Cass Boulevard in Roxbury says a ten-story residential building next door would cause parking and driving problems for its customers, created"offensive shadows" and reduce the value of its property, so it's asking a judge to "annul" the Zoning Board of Appeal's approval of the project. Read more.

By adamg - 6/2/23 - 9:42 am

The owner of a South End condo and roof patio yesterday sued the Zoning Board of Appeal to block construction of a pair of decks - one with a grill and fire pit - atop the building next door. Read more.

By adamg - 5/5/23 - 12:22 pm

A judge this week ruled the owners of Hood Park off Rutherford Avenue have only themselves to blame for the way a robotic-luggage company pulled out of a seven-year lease and so tossed their $75-million lawsuit. Read more.

By adamg - 5/3/23 - 9:55 pm

A Los Angeles man who took in a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium on Sept. 26, 2021 today sued the MBTA and the Kone escalator company for the injuries he says he suffered when the escalator he was riding up from the train at Back Bay after the game suddenly went into reverse, throwing him to the bottom of the escalator, where he became pinned as other people fell on top of him. Read more.

By adamg - 5/1/23 - 11:03 am

A Danish company that operates Web sites for sports betters is suing the Boston Globe's parent company, charging the two were all set to build a sports-betting hub on boston.com until the Globe decided to ditch it at the last minute for a deal with the locally headquartered DraftKings. Read more.

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