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NY Court of Appeals ruling presents difficulties for defendants

The New York Court of Appeals, our state's highest court, recently decided Rodriguez v. City of New York. The court held that plaintiffs do not have the burden to establish the absence of their own comparative negligence in order to win partial summary judgment.

New Procedures for Nurse Practitioners under the NPMA

Daniel Comerford January 22, 2015 No comments Legal Blog Nurse practitioner. Nurse practitioner modernization act. NP. Collaboration. Collaboration agreement. Department of education. NPMA. Written agreement. Physician collaboration, Tarantino Law, the Tarantino Law Firm LLP

Supreme Court Ruling Holds Retaliation Claims Require Showing of Strict Causation Standard

On Monday, June 24, 2013, the Supreme Court issued a decision in University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, holding that an individual claiming retaliation has the burden of proving that the retaliation was the determinative factor, not merely a motivating factor, in the adverse employment action.

Supreme Court Ruling Makes It More Difficult to Hold Employers Liable for Discrimination

On Monday, June 24, 2013, the Supreme Court issued a decision in Vance v. Ball State University, limiting the definition of a "supervisor" to those possessing the authority to effect a tangible change in the victim's terms or conditions of employment.

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