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After Ship Slips Loose on City Island Admiralty Case In SDNY Looks to Senior Judge Haight

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 2 – A ship broke loose from its mooring on City Island in The Bronx on October 19 and litigation ensued.

   On December 2, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Vernon S. Broderick held proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

    The admiralty proceeding was entirely amicable.

Much of the talk about about a decision by Senior Judge Charles S. Haight, sometimes at the SDNY and now in Connecticut, in "Matter of Luidi Cangiano," 19-cv-169 (CSH) (D.Coon. Jan 17, 2020).

Judge Broderick recalled how much Judge Haight likes admiralty cases.

 Now default judgment for the plaintiffs in this one.

The case is Yaseen et al v. Unknown Defendant, 20-cv-2720 (Broderick)


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