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Bakers Pizza of Avenue A Is Sued But Its Lawyer Says Client Is Detained & Wants Out

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 1 – Baker's Pizza, at 201 Avenue A and 754 10th Avenue, was sued for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Then one of its principals was detained while the other is subject to a warrant for refusing to submit to a psychological evaluation ordered by a judge, their lawyer says. 

  On May 31, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Ronnie Abrams held a conference. Inner City Press covered it.  

The defendants' counsel complained that he has not client, at least none he can communicate with.

 He asked to be relieved, but Judge Abrams said she would stay the case for 90 days, and might after that entertain a motion to withdraw.

There was talk, too, of bankruptcy. The case is Antonio Andujar v. Bakers Pizza HK LLC et al., 18-cv-11400 (Abrams) 


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