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Administrative Proceedings for Public Employee Discipline

Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018
Running Time: 01:29:16

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Taken from the Web Program 18th Annual Municipal Law Institute Recorded July 2018 in New York

Administrative Proceedings for Public Employee Discipline [01:29:16]
  • Disciplinary proceedings: best practices
  • When courts step in: appellate review of disciplinary proceedings
    • The limited scope of review
    • Bolt v. New York City Department of Education
  • Findings of fact and conclusions of law: are they binding in civil actions?

Hon. Kevin F. Casey, Eric Eichenholtz, Kathy Chang Park

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  • Rules of Practice Applicable to Cases at the OATH Trials Division, Chapter 1
    Kevin F. Casey
  • Administrative Disciplinary Decisions and Preclusion: Basic Preclusion Principles
    Eric Eichenholtz
  • Appellate Review of Administrative Decisions in Public Employee Discipline: The Limited Scope of Review
    Kathy Chang Park
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  • Disciplinary proceedings: best practices
    Hon. Kevin F. Casey, Eric Eichenholtz, Kathy Chang Park
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    Kevin F. Casey ~ Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH)
    Eric Eichenholtz ~ Chief, Labor and Employment Law Division, New York City Law Department
    Kathy C Park ~ Senior Counsel, Appeals Division, New York City Law Department
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