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SoulCycle Is Sued For Not Selling Gift Card With Braille In Cutting Edge ADA Suit In Empty Courtroom

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 3 – As part of a new flurry of cases under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Yovanny Dominguez has sued SoulCycle for failing to sell store gift cards that contain writing in Braille. 

  On February 6, SoulCycle's lawyer Rebecca M. McCloskey of Jackson Lewis P.C. called it an untested theory with a boilerplate complaint.

 With a courtroom gallery empty except for Inner City Press, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Robert W. Lehrburger expressed interest in the theory.  

 He agreed, however, to stay discovery pending a motion to dismiss. SoulCycle' counsel Ms. McCloskey complained that SDNY District Judge Laura Taylor Swain has not responded to her pre-motion letter. The case is Dominguez et al. v. SoulCycle, Inc., 19-cv-10816 (Swain / Lehrburger).  


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