Last Month's OATH Decisions
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ALJ Alessandra F. Zorgniotti held that the Police Department was entitled to retain a car seized in connection with an arrest for possession of narcotics with intent to sell pending a forfeiture action.
ALJ John B. Spooner recommended termination of employment for a child protective specialist who coerced a former client into housing a friend, made false statements to investigators, and accessed confidential records without authorization.
Admin. for Children’s Services v. Lowe, OATH Index Nos. 1342/16 & 1904/16 (Oct. 19, 2016), adopted, Comm’r Dec. (Oct. 25, 2016).Read more
ALJ Noel R. Garcia found that petitioner proved that respondent, a taxicab driver, harassed and used force against a passenger by exiting his taxicab and following the passenger while demanding a fare, grabbing and holding onto the passenger’s bag, grabbing his suit jacket, and striking the passenger in the face.
Taxi & Limousine Comm’n v. Behar, OATH Index No. 0076/17 (Oct. 14, 2016), adopted, Comm’r Dec. (Nov. 7, 2016).
The Comptroller proved a subcontractor failed to pay prevailing wages and supplemental benefits to nine employees on public works contracts and falsified payroll records.
Office of the Comptroller v. East Port Excavation & Utilities Inc. & Governale et al., OATH Index No. 1889/16 (Oct. 25, 2016).