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29 Jan 2009, 8:15 am
Applying the ready-reckoner, that would give a basic success fee of at most 5% rather than the 33% calculated by Taylor Vinters. [read post]
11 Aug 2010, 3:46 am by Susan Brenner
Taylor, her mother, and her step father, the Grays, unsuccessfully attempted to get orders for protection against Doyle. [read post]
22 Apr 2016, 4:00 am by The Public Employment Law Press
Case law indicates that a probationary employee may be terminated at any time after the completing his or her minimum period of probation prior to completing his or her maximum period of probation [see Gray v Bronx Developmental Center, 65 NY2d 904] unless otherwise provided by a collective bargaining agreement negotiated pursuant to the Taylor Law [Civil Service Law Article 14]. [read post]
3 May 2019, 4:30 am by Public Employment Law Press
"* See §§40 - 45 of the Civil Service Law** McKee v Jackson, 152 AD2d 54*** Gray v Bronx Developmental Center, 65 NY2d 904The decision is posted on the Internet at:http://www.nycourts.gov/reporter/3dseries/2019/2019_03043.htm [read post]
3 May 2019, 4:30 am by Public Employment Law Press
"* See §§40 - 45 of the Civil Service Law** McKee v Jackson, 152 AD2d 54*** Gray v Bronx Developmental Center, 65 NY2d 904The decision is posted on the Internet at:http://www.nycourts.gov/reporter/3dseries/2019/2019_03043.htm [read post]
29 Dec 2016, 1:05 am by Dave
 So, although I see Gray v Taylor and this case as perpetuating a kind of Elizabethan and Victorian paternalism, I am not sure whether that attack was going to succeed. [read post]
22 Jan 2013, 1:06 am
Byron James, barrister, 14 Gray’s Inn Square, considers the issue of a child support officer’s unfettered discretion in child maintenance assessments of self-employed non-resident parents. [read post]
19 Jul 2012, 7:14 am
Co. v Beau Rivage Rest., supra at 102; see also McKie v Taylor, 146 AD2d 921 [1989]).' [read post]
20 May 2015, 3:20 pm by Stephen Bilkis
The same sex crimes was not charged in more than one of the counts (see People v Saunders, 290 AD2d 461 [2002]; People v Taylor, 190 Misc 2d 124 [2002]). [read post]