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Every once in a while, we hear rumors that a strip club might be opening downtown.
However, when the SLA recently issued new rules allowing bars to have live music entertainment, but still prohibiting exotic dancing, Buffalo attorney Paul Cambria filed a lawsuit and was granted a temporary restraining order so the clubs could operation.
If successful, the lawsuit could also have implications for other currently banned forms of in-bar entertainment such as stand-up comedy. Cambria said he is considering filing more lawsuits against the state shutdown regulations on behalf of other clients. The prominent attorney said he is bothered legally by what he sees as an overreach by Governor Andrew Cuomo to "micro-manage" daily life.
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That includes the governor's rules regarding the types of food that bars must sell in order to serve alcohol. Even though the temporary restraining order allows Scores to reopen, it must still follow all state guidelines for health and safety.
That includes rules regarding masks, sanitation, social distancing, and reduced occupancy in the club. Scores made several adjustments to its indoor area including closing-off private rooms, blocking-off the main stage, and only allowing dancers to use a smaller back-area stage so they can remain twelve feet away from customers.
As to the fact that a lawsuit brought by a strip club could have a major impact on the NYS shutdown regulations, Cambria said it is not surprising in matters concerning the First Amendment. The Rebound Buffalo. Actions Facebook Tweet .
Strip club lawsuit challenges NYS shutdown restrictions Court rules exotic dancing can while lawsuit proceeds. By: Ed Reilly.
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