A rabbi’s ongoing lawsuit against the nonprofit organization that allegedly got him fired from his position as a supervising kosher-meat inspector highlights the frequent tension between Jewish and state law.
In denying the defendant’s motion for summary judgment, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jane S. Solomon restated the oft-cited rule that in such conflicts, state law wins.
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