Judge Analisa Torres set a June 4 trial date Monday.
She says the trial will occur if an Alabama judge concludes New York is the right venue to resolve the dispute between the production’s producer and the late author’s estate.
Scott Rudin’s production company, Rudinplay, countersued in New York in April, demanding $10 million in damages.
A 2015 contract says the play, due to open in December, won’t deviate from the spirit of Lee’s novel.
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