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,

In the Matter of Jerome Skrine v New York City Department/ Board of Education

Petitioner brought this Article 78 proceeding to seek to compel Respondents to accept the revocation of his resignation.

On October 31, 2008, Petitioner resigned from his position as a tenured special education teacher. In a letter dated June 10, 2010, Petitioner

Retirement Benefits Denied Due to Substantial Evidence Presented by New York State

In the Matter of Stephen C. Caruana v. Thomas P. DiNapoli, as Comptroller of the State of New York, et al..

Petitioner, Stephen C. Caruana, sought to review a decision of Respondent which denied his application for accidental disability retirement benefits.

In March

Matter of the Application of Philomena Brennan v New York City Department of Education

 

 

Petitioner, a tenured teacher, started an Article 78 proceeding against the New York City Department of Education. She wanted her name to be removed from the DOE’s Ineligible/Inquiry List and for the DOE to allow her to withdraw her

In the Matter of Mark Scott v Brian Fischer, as Commissioner of Correctional Services, et al.

In this Article 78 cases, petitioner sought review of respondent’s conclusion which found petitioner guilty of violating certain prison disciplinary rules.

 

During a pat frisk of petitioner by a correction officer, petitioner seemed to have swallowed a foreign