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Ailes Estate Sexual Harassment Case In SDNY Has Motion to Dismiss Stayed Pending 2d Circuit

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 8 – Andrea Tantaros in 2016 sued in New York State court alleging sexual harassment by Roger Ailes. Flashing forward to June 8, 2020, when in her case against the Estate of Roger Ailes for sexual harassment.

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter held a status conference with a slew of lawyers: Quinn Emanuel for Ailes' Estate' Jones Day for Fox. Inner City Press covered it.

Judge Carter said he was going to indicate how he'll rule on motion for interlocutory appeal, then take a ten minute break Lawyer for Estate of Roger Ailes said it might take more than ten minutes to have a "useful discussion." 

Separate counsel for William Shine said "the court has full discretion to do things in the order which it sees fit... We will confer - but, all parties?" 

Judge Carter said, I intend to grant the petitioner's motion for interlocutor appeal, it will be filed on ECF later today. I would be inclined to grant petitioner's motion for a stay of the briefing schedule on motion to dismiss - or just deny the MTD. Think about it .  

After a more than 10 minute break, Judge Carter said, Let me hear from counsel for Fox News. 

Matt Lampe of Jones Day: We do not oppose the plaintiff's motion to stay - but we think the motion should remain pending. Judge Carter: Let me confirm - is that all defendants' view? 

The Estate of Ailes' lawyer said OK. Inner City Press will continue to cover the case.

It is Tantaros v. Fox News Network, LLC et al., 19-cv-7131 (Carter). 


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