Tag Archives: Termination

Non-disciplinary termination, a zipper clause and the covenant of good faith and fair dealing

An award by Arbitrator David Stiteler addresses these topics and upholds a grievance filed on behalf of an employee of the Washington Department of Social and Health Services who was separated from service because of a pre-employment criminal conviction. Washington Federation … Continue reading

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Court address claims of breach of contract, negligent termination and defamation alleged by educator

Court address claims of breach of contract, negligent termination and defamation alleged by educatorWilliams v. Buffalo Board of Education, et al, USCA, Second Circuit, Docket #17-3483-cvDr. Yamilette Williams, a school administrator, appealed a federal district court's ruling sustaining the Buffalo … Continue reading

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Texas Appeals Court Dismisses Former Teacher’s Disability Discrimination Lawsuit, Saying School District Had Legitimate Reason for Termination

While it is wrongful under certain state and federal laws to engage in discrimination against a person who is disabled, not every Dallas disability discrimination lawsuit against a disabled person’s employer is well-founded. In some cases, the employer may have a … Continue reading

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Contractor Drowns in Red Ink from Mistake Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA) Cannot Save From Termination for Default

Author:  Cheryl Adams, Esq. If you are a contractor bidding on a government contract, you must be certain you understand all the details of the work to be performed, you must get your bid pricing right, and you must make … Continue reading

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Employee's termination recommended after being found guilty of multiple charges and specifications

Employee's termination recommended after being found guilty of multiple charges and specificationsDep’t of Transportation v. Mirhosseini, OATH Index No. 916/18A computer associate employed by the New York City Department of Transportation was charged with multiple act of misconduct. OATH Administrative … Continue reading

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