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A Chuppah and the Scaffold Law: Not a Match

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Raymond C. Green reviews a recent case where a worker for a florist was injured falling from a ladder while disassembling a chuppah used in an earlier wedding ceremony. The court agreed with the worker that the chuppah was a "structure" under Labor Law §240(1), but did not address other elements requisite to constitute a valid claim.

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