160 A.D.2d 182 (1990)

Maria A. R. De Enamorado, as Personal Representative of The Estate of Victor M. E. Luna, Deceased, Respondent, v. Central American Steamship Agency, Inc., et al., Appellants

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department.

April 3, 1990

The Supreme Court properly exercised its discretion in denying defendants' motion for a protective order. Plaintiff made the minimal required showing that the requested discovery of Victory could adduce facts establishing New York as a proper forum for this action. Since such facts would aid plaintiff in her opposition to the motion to dismiss, the court properly adjourned that motion until after completion of discovery.


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