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SDNY COURTHOUSE, August 23 –Aaron Freeman and Trevor Jacobson were in a personal romantic relationship from 2002 to 2015.

 Then they broke up and now Freeman is suing Jacobson, including about a pet.  

 On January 27 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.   

 The complaint noted that Jacobson was working at the Daily Beast, whose parent IAC was spinning off Match Group; Jacobson had Freeman invest in it. There is also the dog named Saylor a/k/a Sailor.  

Judge Netburn said that when she was a lawyer, she sometimes had to tell client that their problems were not best addressed through litigation.

She said that might be the case here, and urged settlement. She offered her assistance.

On August 23, still not settled, Judge Netburn held another conference and Inner City Press again covered it. Now a case management plan was filed, with discovery through December 31 and a question if the parties want referral to another Magistrate Judge for a settlement conference. Setting the deadline for summary judgment motions at January 31, Judge Netburn again said she hopes the parties settle it.

The case is Freeman v. Jacobson et al., 20-cv-10040 (Woods / Netburn) 


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