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November 03, 2016

Probationary employee has the burden of showing his or her termination was unlawful


Probationary employee has the burden of showing his or her termination was unlawful
Mendez v New York City Dept. of Educ., 2016 NY Slip Op 06947, Court of Appeals

Finding that Diane Mendezdid not establish that the termination of her probationary employment "was for a constitutionally impermissible purpose, violative of a statute, or done in bad faith," the Court of Appeals sustained the New York City Board of Education’s decision to dismiss Mendez from her employment.

The Court of Appeal's decision is posted on the Internet at:

The Trial Court's decision is posted on the Internet at: 
http://www.nycourts.gov/reporter/pdfs/2013/2013_34073.pdf


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