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Amid COVID Bakery Defendant Wants More Time But Plaintiff and SDNY Judge Say Reopen

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 20 – Between the Bread and its BTB Events & Celebrations have been fending off wage theft claims since 2017. On May 20 U.S. District Court for the South District of New York Judge Lewis J. Liman held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

   BTB's lawyer asked for more time, citing Coronavirus. Judge Liman replied that this case, filed in 2017, is the oldest one still on his docket.  

   Ubiquitous Fair Labor Standards Act lawyer C.K. Lee of 148 West 24th Street said COVID is no longer an excuse, that he had conducted a deposition earlier in the day in Jamaica, Queens, and also saw people jogging in Central Park.

   Judge Liman gave the defendants a deadline to produce discovery or an agreement.

The case is  Hernandez v. Between the Bread 55th Inc. et al., 17-cv-9541 (Liman).


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