‘Equal Protection’ Requires Employer To Comply With Own Promotional Rules

Since 2000, Kevin Tully has been employed with the Wilmington, North Carolina Police Department. Tully obtained the rank of Corporal in June 2007. In 2008, Tully was assigned to the Department’s Violent Crimes Section, where he worked on more than 50 homicide cases with a 100 percent clearance rate. He was named Wilmington Police Officer of the Year, and, in 2014, he was awarded the “Public Safety Officer Medal…

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First Thursday, September 2016

Will discusses two very important recent cases. The first is a donning and doffing FLSA case out of New York – Perez v. City of New York, 2016 WL 4087216 (2nd Cir. 2016) – and the other involves a change in California;s law on pension reductions – Marin Association of Public Employees v. Marin County Employees’ Retirement Association, 2016 WL 4379316 (Cal. App. 2016). Other cases discussed this month:…

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‘Brady Alert’ System Does Not Violate Officer’s Equal Protection Rights

Rehan Nazir was a police officer with the City of Torrance, California. In 2007, Nazir and another officer arrested a suspected narcotics dealer based on information provided by a confidential informant; the arrestee also matched the description of a suspect wanted in a convenience store robbery. Nazir prepared two probable cause declarations for the incident, but omitted information regarding use of the confidential informant because there was independent probable…

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