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Seattle Symphony Player Loses Lawsuit, Plans Appeal

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Violinist Peter Kaman’s personal injury lawsuit against the Seattle Symphony, in which he alleges emotional distress caused by an intentionally hostile environment and prolonged harassment, was dismissed this month in King County Superior Court. A statement by Seattle Symphony publicist Rosalie Contreras praised the ruling and said it proved that the evidence was in favor of the symphony.

Kaman, however, was not deterred by the ruling. He claimed that his case was dismissed solely on procedural grounds relating to the statute of limitations, and not because of lack of evidence. Kaman, who is currently on 90 days of sick leave, said that he agreed with the judge’s ruling on procedure, but plans to continue his fight “for what is right.”

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