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Jay Schiff Sued ZM Equity Partners Then They Demanded To Know Who Covers in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 5 – Jay Schiff sued ZM Equity Partners, LLC and others in May 2019.

On October 5 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge William H. Pauley III held a pre-trial proceeding. Inner City Press called in.

  When asked who had joined the line, it said "Inner City Press, not a participant, going on mute."

Thereafter Judge Pauley asked why discovery in the case was taking so long.    He was asked, Who is on the line? 

 To his credit he said, those in a physical courtroom do not have to announcement themselves and will not be so required here.

Again he asks, Are you only asking for delay in order to pursuit other aspects of the dispute in Delaware?   That seems to be spot-on.

The case is Schiff v. ZM Equity Partners, LLC et al., 19-cv-4735 (Pauley)


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