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Court Overturns Summary Judgment for Law School on Worker's Labor Law Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 | 277 | 0 | 54 min read

A New York appellate court ruled that a law school was not entitled to summary judgment dismissing a construction worker’s Labor Law claim based on a trip-and-fall accident. Case: Vita v. New York Law School, No. 2015-07603, 07/04/2018, published. Facts: Michael Vita worked as a shop steward for Pavarini McGovern, the general contractor for the construction of a new building for New York Law School. Pavarini hired Henick-Lane Inc. to do the piping for the air conditioning on the project, and Henick subcontracted that work out to Bradshaw Mechanical Co. Vita allegedly suffered in...

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