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3 Jul 2012, 2:11 am by Blog  Editorial
In relation to control, no material difference as regards the position of the state. 15.07: Thomas de la Mare QC takes the Court through the cases of Barnado and Mallin v Clark.  [read post]
18 Apr 2018, 12:22 pm by Matthew L.M. Fletcher
United States (Jurisdiction; Grant in Aid Funds) on 4/5/18. [read post]
20 Mar 2013, 4:00 am
If a past practice involving a mandatory subject of negotiation is established the Taylor Law bars the employer from unilaterally discontinuing that practice Town of Islip v New York State Pub. [read post]
5 Nov 2018, 6:51 am by Gerard N. Magliocca
Sunstein, Alan Taylor, James V. [read post]
1 May 2014, 4:00 am by The Public Employment Law Press
Make whole any unit employees who retired during or after August 2011 and who have been required to contribute towards the cost of health insurance.* In Lippman v Sewanhaka Central High School District, 66 NY2d 313, the court held that health insurance was not a retirement benefit within the meaning of Article 5, Section 7, of the State Constitution.. [read post]
9 Mar 2010, 3:49 am
”* In contrast, in Kidwell v Transportation Communications Union, 946 F.2d. 283, the Circuit Court held that a union member employed in an agency shop does not have any right to object to his or her union's using part of a member's dues for activities unrelated to collective negotiations. ** Chapter 338 of the Laws of 2008 made the agency shop fee provisions for public employees setout in the Taylor Law [Civil Service Law Article 14] permanent for State… [read post]
17 Jul 2020, 3:24 pm by Indian Legal Program
 In his interview with the Voice of America (VOA) News, Professor Robert Miller (Eastern Shawnee) stated, “The Court is upholding this 1832 treaty that the Creek Nation signed with the United States, and is holding the United States to those promises. [read post]
29 Jun 2007, 10:43 pm
Mandatory-minimum statutes generate some of the worst injustices in federal sentencing: a situation not helped by Judge Beezer's recent decision in United States v. [read post]