Matter of Kevin Cummins v New York City Department of Education

Petitioner brought about this Article 78 proceeding to appeal his termination by the New York City Department of Education, claiming it was arbitrary and capricious and made in violation of his right to due process.

Petitioner began working for the Department of Education in

Matter of Bruce Harris v Department of Education of the City of New York

In this Article 78 appeal case, petitioner sought to challenge respondents’ determination terminating petitioner’s employment as a New York City school teacher and to gain reinstatement of his employment with back pay and benefits. After a hearing, petitioner, a tenured teacher

Matter of Peter Peltonen v Nicholas Scoppetta, Fire Commissiner of the City of New York, the Fire Department of the City of New York and The City of New York

Petitioner commenced this Article 78 appeal to annul the determination of Respondents terminating Petitioner’s employment as an FDNY fire fighter due to cocaine usage. Commissioner

Mitchell Barandes v New York City Department of Education

Petitioner, Mitchell Barandes, brought about this Article 78 appeal to enjoin the New York City Department of Education from enforcing termination of petitioner, to declare that he had acquired tenure by estoppel, and to order a disciplinary hearing or a name-clearing hearing.

Petitioner’s argument that

Kifan Pak v New York City Department of Education

Petitioner, Kifan Pak, commenced this Article 78 proceeding to review the decision of respondent, New York City Department of Education, terminating him as a probationary teacher. Petitioner pursued an administrative appeal which resulted in the decision of termination being upheld. He then brought about this Article

Matter of Roth v Manhasset Union Free School District

Petitioner, Jeffrey S. Roth, commenced this Article 78 proceeding to review a determination of the Manhasset Union Free School District finding petitioner guilty of misconduct and incompetence and terminating his employment. The Supreme Court denied the petitioner and dismissed the proceeding to which petitioner appealed. Due

Matter of Norgrove v. Board of Education of the City School District of NYC

This Article 78 proceeding was brought about by petitioner, a tenured mathematics teacher of 28 years, to annul determination of respondents, Board of Education of the City School District of New York, terminating his employment. Petitioner is also seeking retroactive reinstatement

Petitioner, Carol Nolett, brought about this appeal to challenge her termination by the Board of Education of the Greater Johnstown City School District. Petitioner has been a teacher in this district since 1990 when she received a probationary appointment in the tenure area of remedial reading. Ms. Nolett gained tenure in 1993 in the tenure