A plaintiff who sued the wrong company after it was acquired by a new concern is not barred by the statute of limitations from amending his complaint, a Southern Districtjudge has ruled.

Sharply criticizing an attorney for seeking to take advantage of confusion over the change in ownership of a security company, Judge Michael B. Mukasey refused to dismiss a Title VII action brought by a former employee.

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