Written by Frank Lovece on August 15, 2014
Just when you think you've heard every claim a New York City shareholder can make against a co-op board, along comes a shareholder who makes an allegation so out of left field, it's not even from the Yankees' or the Mets' left field but from the left field of, I dunno, Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles.
The claim? That a co-op employee owed him a fiduciary duty to take his side in a dispute ... because they were sleeping together.
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