The facts of Quan v. Macy’s, No. 159450/2019, 2021 WL 4080215 (N.Y. Sup Ct, New York County Sep. 08, 2021) are fairly straightforward: Plaintiff alleges that he paid defendant over $20,000 for a Rolex watch, and thereafter learned that the watch was “used” and had non-Rolex parts. Plaintiff sued. The court held that he sufficiently…

Read More Public Accommodation Discrimination Claims Dismissed in Case Against Macy’s Arising From Alleged Sale of “Used” Rolex
Share This:

In Farmer v. Enterprises Inc., 2020 WL 6530787 (S.D.N.Y. 2020), the court, inter alia, found that the plaintiff sufficiently alleged a conversion claim against the employer defendants. From the decision: Count XII asserts a claim for conversion alleging that Defendants are “withholding Plaintiff’s personal belongings without justification, including but not limited to, two laptop…

Read More Employer’s Failure to Return Employee’s Personal Property Supported Conversion Claim, Court Finds
Share This: