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9 Jun 2016, 4:00 am by The Public Employment Law Press
Co. v Brenner, 41 NY2d 291, said that "an employee is to be loyal to his [or her] employer and is 'prohibited from acting in any manner inconsistent with his [or her] agency or trust and is at all times bound to exercise the utmost good faith and loyalty in the performance of his [or her] duties.'" In the words of the Appellate Division, “[u]nder what is commonly referred to as the faithless servant doctrine, ‘[o]ne who owes a duty of fidelity… [read post]