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18 Dec 2018, 7:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
The Taylor Law requires all public employers and employee organizations to negotiate in good faith to determine the terms and conditions of employment of employees in the negotiating unit. 2. [read post]
25 Oct 2010, 4:52 am
”The same is true with respect to Taylor Law contract provisions that adversely impact upon layoff rights vested in employees in the classified service by Sections 80 or 80-a of the Civil Service Law [see Plattsburgh v Local 788, 108 AD2d 1045]. [read post]
9 Dec 2008, 9:43 pm
In dictum, the Court of Appeal cited a recent SCOTUS case, Taylor v. [read post]
25 Apr 2019, 6:57 am by Elizabeth Lowman
  Many of the arguments dealt with the interpretation of a 1990 Supreme Court case Taylor v. [read post]
26 Jul 2018, 4:00 am by Public Employment Law Press
Employee's resignation after being found guilty of disciplinary charges forfeits his or her right to demand arbitrationMatter of the Arbitration between Unit 8251, Local 842, CSEA v City of Troy, 169 AD2d 871 Under the terms of a Taylor Law agreement, an employee against whom disciplinary charges had been filed was entitled to a three step disciplinary proceeding. [read post]
8 Dec 2008, 12:15 pm
In Rochester the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, held that PERB abused its discretion when it decided that the City of Rochester committed an improper employer practice in violation of Civil Service Law §209-a(1)(a) (The Taylor Law) by denying city police officers, who were union members, access to union representation during a criminal investigation interview.The Fourth Department said that "PERB abused its discretion in expanding a public employee's rights to… [read post]
22 Aug 2006, 10:54 am
Referring to what he obviously views as the misguided decisions of the Supreme Court in Hamdan and Judge Taylor in ACLU v. [read post]
13 Nov 2019, 2:40 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
Its leader, Charles Taylor, subsequently became President of Liberia in 1997. [read post]