Last Month’s OATH Decisions
Trial was held to determine whether two dogs, German shepherd and American bull mix, are dangerous.
Eligibility specialist was found to have inefficiently performed her duties by holding seven cases for 22 or more days and delaying the processing of a client’s application for months.
Human Resources Admin. v. Hines, OATH Index No. 0073/17 (Mar. 17, 2017).
ALJ Kevin F. Casey determined that public works contractor failed to pay prevailing wages and supplements to five workers on two Parks Department contracts.
Office of the Comptroller v. Professional Pavers Corp., OATH Index No. 1654/16 (Mar. 17, 2017).
Process serving company with contract with the Administration for Children’s Services sought additional compensation for alleged extra costs incurred serving documents due to changes in City laws.
JDG Investigations, Inc. v. Admin. for Children’s Services, OATH Index No. 547/17, mem. dec. (Mar. 7, 2017).Read more
Nine tenants filed a coverage application with the Loft Board. ALJ Astrid B. Gloade found that the building is covered by the Loft Law and that eight of the tenants are protected occupants of their units.
Matter of Tenants of 79 Lorimer Street, OATH Index No. 1020/16 (Mar. 23, 2017).Read more