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Lawyer Who Sued Lord & Taylor Lacked Power Now Press Leaves Session on Health, June 29 Trial

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 26 – Bina Radosti sued Lord & Taylor LLC for failure to pay overtime.          

      On March 9, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Vernon S. Broderick held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  Notably, plaintiff's counsel said he was calling in by cell phone from his home office with no electrical power or Internet.

Judge Broderick wished he gets them restored. Assuming it does, he asked for by March 18 a joint letter on how many jurors, and if anonymity should be required. A pre-trial conference was set for June 24 - by phone

. Even with an eight-juror civil jury, it was not yet clear if Judge Broderick's smaller than normal Courtroom 518 can work, with three foot social distancing.

  On April 26 on the docket was a 4 pm conference about the case. Inner City Press called in and when asked identified itself. Judge Broderick noted that at the conference, health conditions would be discussed in connection with possibly allowing virtual testimony at the June 29 trial.

  Inner City Press asked, How do you want to proceeding?

  Judge Broderick indicated that most of the conference would consist of medical information.

 For the convenience of the court, Inner City Press said, it would sign off. And did. But it will continue to follow the case.

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


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