Downsizing Senior NY Judge Tells Litigants, 'I'll See You'
Law360, New York (May 22, 2019, 3:13 PM EDT) -- Senior U.S. District Judge John F. Keenan told a group of lawyers involved in thorny dual-track privacy and financial services employment litigation Wednesday that he's scaling back his caseload, saying: "Good luck with it all. I'll see you!"
The appointee of former President Ronald Reagan prevailed upon attorneys for Brevet Capital Management LLC and former investment management executive Paul Iacovacci, who are battling over privacy and hacking claims in federal court and over related employment claims in state court, to agree to a stay.
"I'm cutting back tremendously on May 31. I'm 89 years old," Judge Keenan said. "This case is...
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