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Photog Sued AfroPunk Fest But May Have Experts Disallowed As Trial Looms In SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 22 –   Photographer Mambu Boyoh sued Afropunk Fest 2015 for allegedly violating his copyright. Now the case is nearing trial, but might be derailed if his experts are disallowed. 

  On October 22 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Denise L. Cote held a final pre-trial conference. Inner City Press covered it.

  Judge Cote asked about prospective witnesses, disallowing some as being put forward too late. She reserved judgment on the plaintiff's experts, while noting that without them, it would be hard for a jury to impose damages.

  If the trial does go forward on November 2, the witnesses and the lawyers examining them will be in plexiglass boxes - separately, Judge Cote quickly assured.

The case is KNF Bayoh v. Afropunk Fest 2015 LLC et al., 18-cv-5820 (Cote)


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