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The lawsuit accusing Alexander Wang of operating a Manhattan sweatshop keeps getting more complicated. Lawyers for former Wang employee Wenyu Lu, who brought the initial suit, have filed to discontinue the case in Queens Supreme Court. They want to move it to federal court, where it would be handed off to an attorney who focuses on labor law. [Page Six; Previously]