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Man Suing Leg Apparel For Questions About Boyfriend Filed Press Now Flashdrive Restoration

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 21– Aftern Sanderson was working for Leg Apparel when their Ms. Romanino repeatedly asked him about his "boyfriend." He sued. 

 On September 10 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Gregory H. Woods held a proceeding.     

Leg Apparel hired a law firm / government relations professionals firm, which in in a pre-motion letter noted that Sanderson complained about being compared to Nicki Minaj without stating "the nature of the comparison."

The firm says that quotes about Don Lemon prove nothing.  

On July 2, another conference was held by Judge Woods, and Inner City Press again covered it. Is Daytona Apparel Group a successor to Leg? The plaintiffs say yes.

On October 21, 2021, Judge Woods held another proceeding, and Inner City Press again covered it. The defendant wants to move for summary judgment, which Judge Woods explained to the plaintiff who insisted he was discriminated against.

On May 16, 2022 Judge Woods held another conference. Sanderson said the defendant have been in bogus unsworn affidavits; his brief is now due on May 27. He put into the record Inner City Press' July 2, 2021 article. Judge Woods said things submitted this in way (can?) become judicial documents.

On June 16, 2022, Judge Woods held another conference in the case, and Inner City Press again covered it. At issue was electronic discovery provided some time ago, which plaintiff later found to be infected by a virus. Judge Woods said there was a lack of diligence but asked defendants to see if they could re-provide the data. A range of motions of denied. Questions remain for the finder(s) of fact.

On August 29, 2022 there was another conference. An issue was the medical provider Shanyq Salop was said to no longer want to participate. At first it seems previous testimony might be proffered, then the plaintiff said if she doesn't want to participate, this too will be let go.

On October 20, Judge Woods held another conference and ruled that the parties are to supplement their discovery responses by November 3, and defendants are to file a letter describing the process for restoring the data on the flash drive previously provided to plaintiff, by October 27.

The case will go forward. It is Sanderson v. Leg Apparel LLC et al., 19-cv-8423 (Woods)


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