Petitioner was a teacher of catering who resigned to take a chef’s position. Petitioner returned to a different school and was given a “U” rating and terminated. Petitioner filed an Article 78 petition without filing a grievance claiming that his termination was arbitrary and capricious, an abuse of discretion and violated his right to have

The New York State Court of Appeals held that a probationary teacher who sues for back pay in an Article 78 would have had to have filed a Notice of Claim within 90 after the claim arose.

The Court affirmed the Appellate Division, Second Department decision in that when back pay was requested a Notice

So I frequently get asked the question:

Are there are options when you are terminated following administrative hearing?

The answer is yes. There is a section in the New York State Civil Practice Law and Rules known as Article 78 which allows you to file a Notice of Petition and Petition in the Supreme Court

Petitioner was a probationary teacher with the New York City Department of Education and received a “U” rating. He appealed his “U” or unsatisfactory rating to the Chancllor’s committed and they denied his appeal.  In his Article 78 filing he appealed the composition of the Chancellor’s committee but had failed to preserve his appeal by

 After an ECB hearing 50 West Realty Company LP was fined $500 for changing its building to a use inconsistent with its 1992 CO.  The company filed an Article 78 to appeal.  

An Article 78 filed for a decision after a hearing was held is subject to the standard of "substantial evidence."  That is,