Yet another city law firm was barred from entering Madison Square Garden.
Robert Mijuka, a partner in Rubenstein and Rynecki’s Brooklyn office, said security guards pulled him out of his yard while he was watching the Rangers’ game against the Ottawa Senators on Dec. 2 with his brother-in-law. told the Daily News.
“After going through security, I used my debit card to buy something at a concession stand,” Mijuka said. “I was walking to my seat and a security guard came up and said, ‘Robert? “Is called. Then four security guards appeared and took me out. “
The manager told my brother in law he could stay but he declined. “I’m not sitting here alone,” said the man, according to Mijuka.
On November 7th and November 14th, the company received letters banning it from all Madison Square Garden entities. The letter cited the reason as being a company representative of a woman named who sued her TAO restaurant, one of her of Garden’s subsidiaries, alleging it was vandalized by the restaurant’s bouncers.
Sanford Rubenstein said, “Our firm, Rubenstein and Rynecki, will continue to accept litigation against Madison Square Garden and its entities.” and will continue to represent victims who have been injured as a result of the negligence of Madison Square Garden or its entities.”
Lawyers from several other companies involved in legal battles with Dolan’s firm have also been banned or escorted in accordance with MSG’s policy.
Arena spokeswoman Rachel Shulman said, “MSG has barred attorneys from companies with ongoing lawsuits against the company from attending events at the venue until the lawsuits are resolved. We have enacted an outspoken policy to
“While we understand that this policy has disappointed some, we cannot ignore the fact that litigation creates an inherently hostile environment,” the statement continued. “All affected attorneys have been informed of the policy. We will continue to make it clear that affected attorneys will be returned to the venue after the case is resolved.”
Mijuka said he’s been going to Rangers games for 20 years and usually buys tickets for 10 games a season from friends. He brought his 14-year-old son and his 11-year-old daughter to the game this season.
Mijuca estimates he has spent $50,000 on MSG over the years. He has since had to sell tickets for other games this season and has not received a refund for tickets for the December 2 game.
“Can you imagine if that happened when I was with my kids?” Mijuka said. “I have never seen anything like it.”