Forgive us if we pat ourselves on the back. In two recent decisions, our firm, Bond, Schoeneck & King, was successful in recovering relief against employees. The cases offer good news for employers frustrated with losing money when they haven’t done anything wrong.
In one landmark case, employees engaged in wrongdoing, but failed to profit from it because the New York Supreme Court applied a New York legal concept known as the “faithless servant doctrine.” We’ll discuss that case this month.
Next month, we’ll address a case we won in which we successfully recovered relief against employees who brought suit against an employer but were unsuccessful. That was just plain, common sense.
Embezzlement isn’t just illegal, it’s disloyal, too
This month’s case involved the William Floyd Union Free School District, which took action against a former assistant superintendent and former treasurer under the little-noticed faithl...(register to read more)
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