Law360, New York (February 29, 2016, 3:09 PM EST) -- The National Restaurant Association successfully persuaded a New York state appeals court Monday to issue a temporary stay on a controversial rule requiring chain restaurants in New York City to alert customers to the high-sodium food that they serve, a day before the rule was scheduled to go into effect.
The First Department appeals court in New York granted the restaurant industry group's emergency motion to stay the rule until the appeals court could consider its preliminary injunction motion, which it also filed Monday. The group scrambled to halt the rule from going into effect after a lower court ruled last...
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