Tag Archives: Misconduct

Wrongful Death Cases – Your Lawyer Has to Understand the Difficult Situation You Are Facing

Wrongful death can be a very traumatic experience for the family of the victim. Nothing would have prepared them for such a tragic event. It’s even harder to handle because the accident was caused by someone else by negligence, malpractice … Continue reading

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Administrative Law Judge recommends termination of employee found guilty of misconduct unrelated to official duties

Administrative Law Judge recommends termination of employee found guilty of misconduct unrelated to official duties NYC Department of Sanitation v Ragone, OATH Index #1970/11 Pursuant to Mayoral Executive Order No. 16, the Department of Sanitation sought to terminate the employment … Continue reading

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Dismissal in consideration of the misconduct proven not a viewed as "shocking"

Dismissal in consideration of the misconduct proven not a viewed as "shocking" Ortiz v Safir, App. Div., 1st Dept., February 5, 2002 The Appellate Division, First Department sustained New York City's for Police Commissioner Howard Safir's terminating police officer James … Continue reading

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D&O Insurance: When Can Individuals' Fraudulent Misconduct be Imputed to the Insured Entity?

The typical D&O insurance policy precludes coverage for loss arising from fraudulent misconduct. But when an insured has been convicted of fraud, whose coverage is precluded? In the second case in recent days to address the consequences for the insured … Continue reading

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Employee may be subject to discipline for "off the job" misconduct

Employee may be subject to discipline for "off the job" misconduct Rivera v Farrell, NYS Supreme Court, Justice Stallman, [Not selected for publication in the Official Reports] From time to time an employee is served with disciplinary charges alleging that … Continue reading

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