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Disqualifying an applicant for examination or for appoint to, or continued employment in, a position in the classified service

Disqualifying an applicant for examination or for appoint to, or continued employment in, a position in the classified serviceSokol v New York City Civ. Serv. Commn., 2019 NY Slip Op 01314, Appellate Division, First DepartmentThe New York City Civil Service … Continue reading

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Burden to provide all verifications sits with Medicaid applicant

The Medicaid application process for MLTSS services in nursing homes, assisted living facilities or in the community requires a tremendous amount of documentation. Numerous documents pertaining to personal status, income, and finances must be produced. Filing an incomplete application increases … Continue reading

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Christian School May Use Oregon's Religious Exemption To Reject Jewish Faculty Applicant

In King v. Warner Pacific College,¬†(OR App, Feb. 21, 2019), an Oregon state appellate court held that a Christian college's refusal to hire a Jewish applicant for a position as adjunct professor of psychology falls within the religious preference exemption … Continue reading

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Accidental disability retirement benefits are available to an applicant if the precipitating event is not a risk of the work ordinarily performed by the applicant

Accidental disability retirement benefits are available to an applicant if the precipitating event is not a risk of the work ordinarily performed by the applicantLarivey v DiNapoli, 2019 NY Slip Op 00018, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentBecky C. Larivey, a bus … Continue reading

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Burden Is on Medicaid Applicant to Provide Verifying Bank Statements

A New Jersey appeals court held that the state was not required to assist a Medicaid applicant by obtaining debit card statements from her bank to verify her application. C.F.J. v. Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services¬†(N.J. Super. Ct., … Continue reading

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