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Worker Can Proceed With Only Some Claims Against Former Employer, Supervisors

Tuesday, February 23, 2021 | 108 | 0 | 108 min read

A New York appellate court thinned out a plaintiff’s claims against his former employer and supervisors for their allegedly wrongful conduct in terminating him and evicting him from a work-provided apartment. Case: Miller v. National Property Management Associates Inc., No. 879 CA 20-00217, 02/05/2021, published. Facts and procedural history: Gary Miller worked for National Property Management Associates Inc. After being terminated, Miller filed suit against National and his supervisors. Miller claimed he had been subjected to unlawful retaliation by being fired and evicted from a wor...

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