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Court Grants Motion to Dismiss Complaint Against University

April 20, 2011

Tarter Krinsky & Drogin represented a university whose dining facility was operated by an outside vendor. Two employees of the vendor sued their employer as well as our client for employment discrimination.

The New York State Supreme Court granted the university’s pre-answer motion to dismiss, accepting our argument that the university did not improperly grant access to the dining facility to one of the vendor’s employees who allegedly harassed the plaintiffs and discriminated against them.

Partner Richard L. Steer and Associate Tara Toevs of the Labor and Employment Practice Group represented our client in this case.

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