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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Vig v. New York Hairspray Co.

... Corp., 96 NY2d 409, 414 [2001]). In addition, employment discrimination cases are themselves generally reviewed under notice pleading standards. For example, under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, it has been held ...

Pinder v. City of New York

... Contrary to plaintiff's argument that her claim did not accrue until she had exhausted all administrative remedies, an employment discrimination claim accrues on the date that an adverse employment determination is made and communicated to plaintiff, and the possibility that ...

Zakrzewska v. New School

... The Judge observed that employment discrimination cases figured prominently in the district courts' dockets, and that "[t]he apparent tendency to press claims under the state and city anti-discrimination laws, either in lieu of or in addition to claims under federal statutes, create[ ...