Category: Administrative Law

Puchalski v. Depew Union Free School Dist. 0

Puchalski v. Depew Union Free School Dist.

The petitioner, Robert Puchalski, was an administrator for the respondent, Depew Union Free School District (“District”) and the Board of Education of Depew Union Free School District, for over seventeen years, and served as...

Survey: 2013 Administrative Law

Survey: 2013 Administrative Law

Survey of New York Administrative Law for 2012–2013. View Full PDF Rose Mary Bailly, Esq., is the Executive Director of the New York State Law Revision Commission and an Adjunct Professor of Law at...

Survey: 2012 Administrative Law

Survey: 2012 Administrative Law

Survey of New York Administrative law from 2011–2012. View Full PDF Rose Mary Bailly is the Executive Director of the New York State Law Revision Commission; adjunct faculty member at Albany Law School. The...

New York Court of Appeals: Bitachatchi v. Board of Trustees of New York City of Police Department Pension Fund 0

New York Court of Appeals: Bitachatchi v. Board of Trustees of New York City of Police Department Pension Fund

In this case, the Court considered three consolidated appeals, each addressing a police officer that responded to provide assistance at the World Trade Center (“WTC”) following the attacks on September 11, 2001.  The three...

Article: Congressional Oversight of the “Marketplace of Ideas”: Defectors as Sources of War Rhetoric 0

Article: Congressional Oversight of the “Marketplace of Ideas”: Defectors as Sources of War Rhetoric

Congressional oversight is “one of the most important responsibilities of the United States Congress,” particularly when oversight can enhance the likelihood that executive policies will reflect the public interest, augment the efficiency and efficacy...

Note: Statutory Purpose and Deferring to Agency Interpretations of Laws.  The Immigration Law Paradigm: “Aged Out”—Get Deported! 0

Note: Statutory Purpose and Deferring to Agency Interpretations of Laws. The Immigration Law Paradigm: “Aged Out”—Get Deported!

K-2 visa holders are children of alien-fiancé(e)s of United States citizens, who are issued a visa to accompany their parents to the U.S.  An alien parent is issued a K-1 visa to travel to...

Survey: 2011 Administrative Law 0

Survey: 2011 Administrative Law

This article reviews developments in administrative law and practice during 2011 in the judicial, executive, and legislative branches of New York State government. It was a busy year for administrative law. This discussion focuses...

Survey: 2010 Administrative Law 0

Survey: 2010 Administrative Law

This Article reviews developments in administrative law and practice during 2009-2010 in the judicial and legislative branches of New York State government. Review of judicial activity focuses on eight decisions of the New York...