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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46380 Judge Chin IN A civil rights case, plaintiff police officer alleged that his employer and supervisors unlawfully retaliated against him for filing a sexual harassment complaint against a coworker with the New York Police Department’s Office of Equal Employment Opportunity (OEEO). The alleged retaliation took the form of negative performance evaluations, unwarranted or excessive disciplinary action, and excessive monitoring during his scheduled tour of duty. City and police department defendants moved for summary judgment, presenting substantial evidence that the disciplinary actions against plaintiff and the subpar performance evaluations he received in the years following his OEEO complaint were either too minor to support a retaliation claim, or for legitimate, non-retaliatory reasons. The court granted defendants’ motion and dismissed the complaint, concluding that plaintiff failed to respond with sufficient evidence to generate an issue of material fact for trial.

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