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Woman Sues For Whole Foods Fall But Lawyer Neglects To Call In To SDNY Judge Woods

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 30 – Jean A. Metzker says she tripped on a rug just inside the Whole Foods on Union Square in Manhattan.

She sued in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, but on July 30 her attorney Stefano Filippazzo forgot to call in to the initial pre-trial conference before SDNY Judge Gregory H. Woods. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Whole Foods' lawyer called Filippazzo, who then got on the call. He began to read out loud from the already-filed case management plan. Judge Woods was not amused. Inquiry was made into expert witnesses.

If all of this is public, how not the filings of a FinCen leaker / whistleblower, of much more public interest? We'll have more on that.

This case is Metzker v. Whole Foods Market, Inc., 20-cv-5259 (Woods)


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