...the New York Supreme Court for Suffolk County, Romano v. Steelcase Inc . The defendant in Romano sought access to the...
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...ideal." The court also relied on Romano v. Steelcase, Inc ., 907 N.Y.S.2d 650 (Suffolk Co. 2010), in...
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