Originally Posted by speedrrracer
So you're saying they would have ruled in his favor if it had been his primary residence?
Doesn't the law traditionally recognize "wherever you are legally sleeping" (I don't know any legal terms) as having home-like benefits?
He would not had a problem in re NY law if he had.
Let me also remind everyone that Osterweil in district court was pro se litigation. Paul Clement may have represented at appeals, but district court was done by Osterweil.