Civil Service discipline

          Respondent, a Corrections Officer was found guilty of bringing a Nook Wi-Fi Reader into a prohibited area of the inmate facility at the Rose M. Singer Canter.  Respondent admitted to her wrong doing immediately when Petitioner found the item that was not permitted in the facilities.  Respondent alleged that she had grabbed

In the Matter of John Dickinson v New York State Unified Court System, Office of Court Administration

Pursuant to Article 78, Petitioner, John Dickinson, seeks to annul the determination of Respondent, Office of Court Administration (OCA), to terminate Petitioner.

John Dickinson, Petitioner, was an Associate Court Clerk for OCA. He was terminated from his position

Both parties have started separate legal proceedings to have the Town Land Use Board of Appeal decision thrown out. The Land Use Board of Appeals determined which ruled that the “addition of an asphalt batch plant to a nonconforming quarry is an expansion of mining and requires a special use permit from the Planning Board

In the Matter of Department of Correction v Stanley Saint-Phard

In this disciplinary proceeding, pursuant to Article 75 of the Civil Service Law, Respondent, a Correction Officer, allegedly used impermissible force against an inmate by dispersing a chemical agent in the inmate’s face and also placed the inmate in a chokehold.

On October 16, 2008,

 The always informative NY Public Personnel law blog on a recent whistleblower case:

Arbitrator’s refusal to hear employee’s “whistle blower” defense in the course of disciplinary hearing requires the vacating of the award

 
Arbitrator’s refusal to hear employee’s “whistle blower” defense in the course of disciplinary hearing requires the vacating of the award

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