Columbia University custodian’s hostile work environment claim was reinstated. You may read the whole article at New York law Journal by clicking here.read more
A prestigious all girls private school in New York is being sued by a Palestinian-American Muslim girls family for expelling her, allegedly because the student defended herself against a bully. The seventh grade student asked her teacher for help and was told to “just forget about it.” You may read the entire story here at Yahoo! Lifestyle news.read more
Click here to read the Susan Kassapian, etc., appellant, v City of New York decision. Document is from Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department. Information comes from the office of Stewart Lee Karlin for Stewart Lee Karlin Law Group, P.C.read more
A Queens school district fired superintendent is still visiting his old office even though he has been arrested for groping a colleague multiple times, a new lawsuit charges. Papers have been filed in Manhattan Supreme Court by the 34-year-old subordinate. “The conduct by Mr. Murray started in 2013 on almost a daily basis with sexual solicitations and sexual talk,” wrote the plaintiff’s attorney Stewart Lee Karlin. Click here to read the full article in Daily News New York. You may also click here to read the article written by...read more
Dr. Joseph Irrera v. University of Rochester-United States Court of Appeals reverses US District Court and reinstates retaliation claim.
Dr. Joseph Irrera v. University of Rochester – United States Court of Appeals reverses US District Court and reinstates retaliation claim. Click here to read more about the case against DR. DOUGLAS HUMPHERYS, Individually, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER(1) Defendants-Appellees.read more
Dash v. Department of Education of the City of New York-Federal District Court allows sexual harassment claim to proceed to trial
Dash v. Department of Education of the City of New York – Federal District Court allows sexual harassment claim to proceed to trial. Click here to read more about this case against THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF NEW YORK.read more
Wilson v. Department of Education of the City of New York-discontinued probationary teacher gets reinstated with back pay and tenure.
Wilson v. Department of Education of the City of New York – discontinued probationary teacher gets reinstated with back pay and tenure. Click here to read more information from Supreme Court Of The State of New York, New York County.read more
Attorney Stewart Karlin Represents 80 Year old Teacher in a Case Against New York State Board of Education
Attorney Stewart Karlin is representing Lillie Leon, an 80 year old teacher who is one of the most senior teachers in New York City. The city has recently taken away her job claiming that she is guilty of insubordination and neglect of duty. Leon has already gone through arbitration and is now using the services of Stew Karlin to sue the Board of Education. Click on the different links below to learn more. More information can be found at: MyFox New York Post CBS UPI.com ABC 7 Eye Witness...read more
Attorney Stewart Karlin Represents Manhattan High School Guidance Counselor Tiffany Webb at the Brooklyn Supreme Court
Attorney Stewart Karlin is representing Tiffany Webb, a guidance counselor who worked for 12 years at Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers. In her younger years, Tiffany Webb was a lingerie and bikini model whose photos can still be found online. She was let go by the New York Department of Education for “conduct unbecoming”. Webb is now suing the Departmen of Education in the Brooklyn Supreme Court. Full article can be found at the following sources: New York Post AllVoices.com Huffington...read more
Attorney Stewart Karlin Represents a Group of Parents Challenging New York City’s Gifted-and-Talented Selection Process in Manhattan Supreme Court
Attorney Stewart Karlin is representing a group of parents who are challenging the Department of Education Gifted-and-Talented Selection Process. The group of parents are challenging the statistically flawed admissions process that favors younger siblings of students who have been enrolled in the competitive programs. The case is in New York City’s Manhattan Supreme Court. Full article can be found at the following sources: The Wall Street...read more