Political Patronage OK In North Carolina Sheriff’s Office

Terri Young was a deputy sheriff employed by Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. In June 2009, Sheriff Daniel Bailey sent a letter to approximately 1,350 of his employees, announcing his candidacy for reelection and stating that he would appreciate campaign contributions. Young did not contribute to Bailey’s reelection campaign or volunteer for his campaign. Bailey was reelected in November 2010, and a month later he fired Young. Young sued the…

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First Thursday, June 2015

Cases discussed in this month’s podcast include: Illinois Supreme Court Strikes Down Pension Reform Legislation, In re Pension Reform Litigation, 2015 IL 118585 (Ill. 2015) San Bernardino Allowed To Cancel Contract With Firefighters’ Union, May Privatize Department, In re City of San Bernardino, California, 2015 WL 2153448 (C.D. Cal. 2015) Sheriff Ordered To Sign Collective Bargaining Agreement, Sheriff of Lee County, Order No. 15U-098 (Fla. PERC 2015) Political Patronage…

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