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Friday, January 22, 2010

Processing of an administrative appeal does not toll the running of a statute of limitations

Processing of an administrative appeal does not toll the running of a statute of limitations

Critical to the resolution of this appeal was the Appellate Division’s holding that the time limits for the petitioner commencing her lawsuit challenging her dismissal “was not extended by her administrative appeal of [the Department of Education’s] determination.” 



Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Confidentiality of disciplinary records based on an agreement not to disclose their contents

Confidentiality of disciplinary records based on an agreement not to disclose their contents

The School District had filed disciplinary charges against the principal of one of its schools. Subsequently the School Board authorized its superintendent to negotiate a settlement that would dispose of the matter. A settlement was reached and the Board adopted a motion withdrawing its charges against the principal without prejudice.




Monday, January 04, 2010

Impartiality of arbitrators

Impartiality of arbitrators

The court declared that it was a “misapprehension that in 3020-a hearings the panel member selected by the Board is the `Board’s representative,’ and the panel member selected by the teacher is the `teacher’s representative,’ and only the Chairman is expected to be neutral and impartial.” According to the Meehan decision, this is no longer the case.



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