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Blueberries Of Chile Arrived Destroyed in Philly Now Lawsuit Before SDNY Judge Oetken

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 22 – Seven Seas Fruit and Foodinvest Chile S.A. have sued MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. for blueberries destroyed en route by sea from Chile to Philadelphia.

On June 22 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge J. Paul Oetken held an initial pre-trial conference, not transcribed by any court reporter. Inner City Press covered it.  

The plaintiffs acknowledged they had not served the ship, in rem, in Panama. They said they are exchanging discovery about the conditions of refrigeration with an eye toward settlement. Judge Oetken said this sounds like a settleable case.

It is Tom Lange Company International et al v. MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. et al., 20-cv-984 (Oetken).


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