Category Archives: Q. Appeals

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The god (and devil) problem in employment discrimination

Do you know the expression “Reasonable Accommodation”? It has to do with employment law. Employers must make reasonable accommodations for employees who are disabled or who have special needs of one kind or another which restrict them from full adherence … Continue reading

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Trials: court reporter fell asleep

My goodness. New Trial Ordered After Court Reporter Fell Asleep Jason Grant, New York Law Journal August 24, 2017   A retrial must be held in a personal injury case because transcript “inadequacies,” created by a court reporter who fell … Continue reading

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Bit of good judicial news: 2nd Circuit protects NYS environment

Second Circuit Upholds DEC Decision to Reject Gas Pipeline Josefa Velasquez, New York Law Journal August 18, 2017    | A federal appeals court on Friday rejected a lawsuit by owners of the natural-gas Constitution Pipeline challenging the state’s decision last … Continue reading

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