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Man Claiming Non Payment at Bronx Building Supply Gets SDNY Trial With Mystery Cited

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 18 – After working at a building supply company on White Plains Road in The Bronx, Khalil Alawamri says he did not get paid.

  He sued - and on March 18, it went to trial before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lewis J. Liman. Inner City Press was there.  

 Defense counsel for S.V.B. Corporation and its owner Iftikhar J. Ahmad said just being present does no constitute work, and that the myster of Alawamri's apparently not dispute presence at the business constitutes a mystery that the four day trial will solve. 

  With the jury out of the courtroom, the two sides discussed a stipulation, since on the selected jury, no juror speaks or reads Arabic and there will evidence in that language.  The trial continues.

The case is Alawamri v. S.V.B. Corp., et al., 22-cv-8966 (Liman)


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