New York Supreme Court COVID Case Rules In Favor Of Restaurant Owners

January 14, 2021

The Supreme Court just ruled in favor of the restaurants that are involved with the lawsuit against the state that would let them re-open if they fall inside a yellow zone.

New York State Supreme Court Justice Henry Nowak heard the case from attorneys that represented the establishments involved. The restaurants claim that the micro cluster regulations violate their constitutional rights as business owners.

Currently, Justice Nowak has instituted a temporary injunction that will allow the restaurants involved to open until 10:00 pm with limited seating capacity.


Similar Articles