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No verdict from jury in Shangri-La case after first day of deliberations [UPDATED]

By Jonah Lowenfeld

August 10, 2012 | 10:23 am

The Los Angeles Superior Court in Santa Monica, where the jury in the Hotel Shangri-La discrimination case convened for a second day of deliberations on Friday, Aug. 10. Photo by Jonah Lowenfeld

UPDATE: As of 4:35 pm on Friday, Aug. 10, the jury had yet to come back with a verdict in the case. Deliberations are set to resume on Monday morning.

The jury in the discrimination case... read on

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