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Radosti Sued Lord & Taylor Over High Heeled Shoes, Now Must Wheel for New Magistrate

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 14 – Bina Radosti sued Hudson's Bay Company and Lord & Taylor for disability and age discrimination. 

   On April 21, 2021, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York  Judge Vernon S. Broderick held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  Rodosti despite severe foot pain was told to wear high-heeled close-toes shoes. The parties say they cannot settle.

Judge Broderick told them about the provisions for jury trials in the SDNY, mentioning that a rapid COVID test may be in the works for jurors.

Jump cut to September 14, when talk turned to how many trial are ahead of this one, on stand-by. Plaintiff's counsel used to work with the assigned Magistrate, so while the parties said they had no doubt about objectivity and neutrality, asked for another Magistrate. By name.

  Judge Broderick said it must go back to the wheel.

The case is Radosti v. Hudson's Bay Company et al, 18-cv-12266 (Broderick)


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