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When Finkelstein For Antolini Sues Fulton Street Businesses Questions If They Wil Re-open

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 13 – Repeat Americans with Disabilities Act litigant Stuart Finkelstein on behalf of his oft-client Dino Antolini on May 13 appeared again before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jesse M. Furman, suing a slew of businesses at 82-88 Fulton Street in Manhattan.

    Judge Furman wryly noted that his name is Jesse, not Jeffrey as listed. The issue became whether during the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home order whether access could be demanded to check out the accomodation on Fulton Street.

  Judge Furman said, Too soon. He pushed discovery back to September 29, with the next conference on October 7.

And where will we be then? Inner City Press will be there. The case is Antolini v. Thurman, et al., 19-cv-9674 (Furman).


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