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Met Wins Partial Dismissal of Admissions Policy Lawsuit Over Lease and City Laws

Posted by Nicholas O'Donnell on October 30, 2013 at 11:57 AM

A New York Supreme Court judge dismissed the claims filed against the Metropolitan Museum of Art over whether its admissions policy was inconsistent with city law and the museum’s charter. Lost in many of the headlines, however, is that the entire lawsuit was not dismissed; another claim for misrepresentation is, for the moment, still alive.

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Topics: Theodore Grunewald, Metropolitan Museum of Art, TomášNadrchal, Filip Saska, Patricia Nicholson, Stephen Michelman, City of New York, Litigation, Museums, Manhattan County Supreme Court, Shirley Werner Kornreich

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