Former ALJ Claiming Co-Worker Harassed Her With Sex Toy Can Move Ahead With Discrimination Suit
In a nearly full reversal of a 2015 lower court ruling, an appeals panel has ruled that Susan Kassapian, a principal administrative law judge from 2009-13, stated several claims that should survive the city’s motion to dismiss.
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A decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court requires judiciary administrators to begin notifying parties litigating professional malpractice claims of their statutory obligations to file affidavits of merit and to schedule hearings to determine whether those affidavits are satisfactory.
"The state of Washington has no business demanding nationwide data from some of the biggest private companies in the country," lawyers for Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. tell a federal judge in Tacoma, Washington.
A unanimous Appellate Division, First Department, panel, on Thursday threw out claims for retroactive relief and prospective salary-adjustment relief lodged by a union for the court officers.
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