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Failed Shipping to Turkey Triggers Lawsuit On Top of Lawsuit So Second Suit Stayed in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 11 – A Turkish company ordered chemicals from Houston, Texas, to be shipping by MTS Logistics. But the cargo was turned around in Portugal and the Turkish firm sued. Twice.  

  On May 11, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John P. Cronan held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

 Judge Cronan immediately asked why, after the 2017 case summarized above, another 2021 case had been filed about the same shipment - and why the form had not disclosed the related case.  

Counsel insisted that the first case was listed on the form. But at the top, it said "no," no case filed before. 

 Judge Cronan stayed the 2021 case and ordered a status letter on settlement discussion by June 30.

This case is Saray Dokum ve Madeni Aksam Sanayi Turizm A.S. v. MTS Logistics, Inc., 17-cv-7495 (Cronan)


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