... ATTORNEYS For Appellants: Stephen Bergstein, Bergstein & Ullrich, LLP, Chester, NY; Randolph McLaughlin, Newman Ferrara LLP, New York, NY...
The Second Circuit said that attorney Frederic Brewington and client Sharon Dorsett, who reached a multi-million-dollar settlement with Nassau County over police negligence in the domestic violence d
Two recent cases from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit illustrate the court's broad application of qualified immunity and how defendants may avoid liability even if their actions, in
Stephen Bergstein, a partner at Bergstein & Ullrich, writes that the Second Circuit remains reluctant to grant summary judgment in hostile work environment cases where ambiguities abound in the recor
The Second Circuit upheld a $1 million award under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in favor of Anthony Zeno, who endured assaults, racist taunting and threats that a jury found should have b
...ATTORNEYS For Plaintiff-Appellee: Stephen Bergstein, Bergstein & Ullrich, LLP, Chester, NY. For Defendant-Appellant: John...
...ATTORNEYS For Plaintiff-Appellant: Stephen Bergstein, Bergstein & Ullrich, LLP, Chester, NY. For Defendant-Appellee: Karen...
Stephen Bergstein, a partner at Bergstein & Ullrich, writes: After the Supreme Court in 2006 revised the framework governing public employee speech retaliation claims, few whistleblowers have survive
Stephen Bergstein, a partner at Bergstein & Ullrich, analyzes a recent case that fleshes out the parameters of 'Oncale,' holding that a jury could find that a female supervisor created a hostile work
...Grey-Allen and Plaintiff-Cross-Appellee Martha Diane Townsend: Stephen Bergstein, Bergstein & Ullrich, LLP, Chester, NY. For Defendants-Appellees-Cross...
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