Cove Club Condo Drops Eviction Suit Against Service Dog Owner, But Discrimination Case Against Condo Will Press On

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20 South End Cove ClubJuly 31, 2014- A local paper reports, “The Cove Club Condominium in Battery Park City has halted eviction proceedings against a deaf, 76-year-old deaf resident who has kept a service dog since 2012. The condo board moved to dismiss the eviction action against Roman Erihkman, according to court filings. However, the discrimination lawsuit against the condo board filed by the New York State Division of Human Rights in Manhattan Supreme Court, will proceed, along with Mr. Erihkson’s ongoing battle to recover approximately $100,000 in legal fees he spent defending his right to keep the dog.”

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