"We think Mr. Auriemma will have to explain his conduct as alleged in the complaint," McLaughlin said. "He'll have to stand in front of a judge. Before that, he'll have to stand before a deposition."
NY judge tosses lawsuit against UConn's Auriemma →
McLaughlin said Wednesday that New York law applies to Hardwick's case because she works at the NBA's headquarters in Manhattan, and he alleged Auriemma tried to destroy her New York-based career.