Tag Archives: Purposes

Claiming exempt volunteer firefighter status for the purposes of Civil Service Law §75.1(b)

Claiming exempt volunteer firefighter status for the purposes of Civil Service Law §75.1(b)Serviss v Incorporated Vil. of Floral Park, 2018 NY Slip Op 05597, Appellate Division, Second Department§75.1 of the Civil Service Laws generally bars the termination of a tenured … Continue reading

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Evaluating the inclusion of "longevity allowance payments" in computing an employee's final average salary for retirement benefit purposes

Evaluating the inclusion of "longevity allowance payments" in computing an employee's final average salary for retirement benefit purposesBohlen v DiNapoli,2018 NY Slip Op 05720, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentIn this action Petitioners ask the court to review the Comptroller determination excluding … Continue reading

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Layoff of seasonal employees constituted a termination of employment for the purposes of Public Authorities Law §2629(2)(a)

Layoff of seasonal employees constituted a termination of employment for the purposes of Public Authorities Law §2629(2)(a)Civil Serv. Empls. Assn., Inc., Local 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO v Olympic Regional Dev. Auth., 2018 NY Slip Op 04998, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentThe Civil … Continue reading

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Who is a Non-Statutory Insider for Preference Purposes?

My last blog post discussed what a "preference" is and how to prevent or defend a bankruptcy trustee attempt to take back, or "avoid," such a preference. Very briefly, a preference is money you pay or property you give to … Continue reading

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Commissioner found it unnecessary to certify "that respondent appeared to have acted in good faith" for the purposes indemnifying them for costs and expenses

Commissioner found it unnecessary to certify "that respondent appeared to have acted in good faith" for the purposes indemnifying them for costs and expensesAppeal of William King Moss III regarding a staff appointment, Decisions of the Commissioner of Education, Decision … Continue reading

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