Thursday, November 04, 2010
Discontinuing or postponing administrative disciplinary action while criminal action involving the same event is pending and related issues
New York courts have considered discontinuing disciplinary action while criminal action is pending, holding that an appointing authority has no obligation to postpone administrative disciplinary action even if the county district attorney requests that the administrative disciplinary action be postponed.
An individual who is terminated pursuant to Section 71 or Section 73 of the Civil Service Law because of his or her absence caused by a disability may decide to sue the employer, claiming the termination was unlawful.
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
Most public officers and employees serve in one position at a time. Sometimes, however, an individual may be employed by two different jurisdictions simultaneously. Such dual employments generally require the knowledge and approval of the appointing authorities involved.
Some of the topics addressed in the more than 4,500 cases summarized in New York Public Personnel Law.
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