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Court Revisits Labor Law Claim, Finds Summary Judgment Inappropriate

Thursday, February 13, 2020 | 159 | 0 | 14 min read

A New York appellate court revisited its prior ruling on the viability of a worker’s Labor Law claim and again found that there were triable issues that made summary judgment inappropriate. Case: Rodriguez v. Antillana & Metro Supermarket Corp., Nos. 10119 and 301012/14, 01/30/2020, published. Facts: Randy Rodriguez allegedly suffered injuries while installing a refrigeration condenser unit in a retail space. The property was owned by the Boss Realty Co. and was leased by the Antillana & Metro Supermarket Corp. Rodriguez had worked at the property before the opening of the sup...

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