Riverhead Employment Contracts Lawyer, New York

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Goldman v. White Plains Ctr. for Nursing Care, LLC

... 175 OPINION OF THE COURT. GRAFFEO, J. In this case we must decide whether the expiration of a two-year employment contract gives rise to successive one-year implied contracts when the employee continues working for the employer without a new agreement. ...

Lawrence v. Miller

... By order dated September 12, 2005, Surrogate Renee 593 R. Roth referred Graubard's contract enforcement proceeding to the Honorable Howard A. Levine (the Referee) to hear and report. ... It is well settled that an unconscionable contract is generally defined. ...

Consedine v. Portville Cent. School Dist.

... us to determine: (1) whether a school district can waive its statutory right to discharge a probationary school administrator at any time during the three-year probationary term (see Education Law § 3012 [1] [b]) by entering into a durational, three-year employment contract; and ( ...