While the city and state was courting Wayfair to bring some 3,300 new jobs to the state, investors felt they were being misled.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Boston-based company alleging that Wayfair officials failed to disclose adverse facts about the company, deceived the public regarding its future business, artificially inflated the stock price and allowed Wayfair executives and insiders to sell off millions worth of their personally held stock at the inflated price.
The Baker Hill Road District has taken a new tactic to secure back taxes from the Berkshire Mall.
On Dec. 7, the district the district filed a lawsuit in Berkshire Superior Court against Berkshire Mall Realty Holdings seeking $276,859 plus interest from the properties. The request for taxes owed to the district for the first two quarters of the fiscal year.
The decision, filed on Friday in U.S. District Court in Springfield, clears the way for Verizon, operating as Pittsfield Cellular Telephone Co., to install a 140-foot monopole at the former North Adams Country Club.
The town is expected to file an agreement with the telecommunications company by Friday, Oct. 5. Pittsfield Cellular Telephone Co., operating as Verizon Wireless, filed a lawsuit in federal court a month after the Planning Board denied its application for a permit last year.
The lawsuit over leadership of the Friends of Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter has come to a peaceful end.
A lawsuit had been filed by Board President Krista Wroldson-Miller and Treasurer Judith Trumble after the two were ousted from the board. A judge placed a temporary order placing the two back in charge while the court case played out.
A city resident is suing for $75,000 over alleged "pain, suffering and emotional distress" caused by the School Committee's decision to change the name of Columbus Day on the school calendar to Indigenous Peoples Day.
Alexander Blumin filed a lawsuit in Berkshire Superior Court against the entire School Committee except for Joshua Cutler, the city of Pittsfield, and Human Rights Commission Chairman Drew Herzig. Blumin argues that the School Committee used deceptive practices and broke state l
It would only take one look and Kimberly Wilson's family would tell her, "you need to quit that job."
Wilson was hired as a staff member for the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter in September. When her co-worker, the shelter manager, Lori Robertson was escorted off premisis by police, Wilson quit.
The Friends of Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter is asking a judge to rule that some board members had illegally attempted to oust the board president and the board treasurer.
That filing also flirts with accusations that Mayor Linda Tyer joined the effort to oust the leaders from the private non-profit. The mayor's office has denied comment on the matter, citing that being a legal issue, and Sonsini's attorney Stacey Elin Rossi declined to elaborate further.
The City Council will consider joining a lawsuit against opioid wholesalers to recoup some of the cost the city has incurred combating the drug epidemic.
The law firm Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor is taking on major drug manufacturers and distributors for fueling the illicit opioid market. The firm isn't asking for a city contribution for the case but is rather working for 25 percent of any settlement.
A U.S. based museum is waiting in the wings to purchase Norman Rockwell's famed "Shuffleton's Barbershop" if an agreement between the Berkshire Museum and the Attorney General's Office is approved by the Supreme Judicial Court
Board President Krista Wroldson-Miller and Treasurer Judith Trumble filed for the restraining order after the three other board members voted them off and then locked them out of the shelter. The move came after a month of infighting among the board regarding the manager, Lori Robertson.
Another civil lawsuit has been filed against the owners of the Berkshire Mall.
UG2 LLC. filed a civil suit in Berkshire Superior Court Monday alleging Kohan Retail Investment Group bilked the company out of $143,096 worth of janitorial services. The company further accuses owner Mehran Kohansieh of "deceptive business practices."