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The General Municipal Law Section 207-a and 207-c Case Book by Harvey  Randall and Eric D. Randall

The General Municipal Law Section 207-a and 207-c Case Book

by Harvey Randall and Eric D. Randall

1098 pages
Administering General Municipal Law Sections 207-a/207-c and providing benefits thereunder.

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The General Municipal Law Section 207-a/c Case Book

The General Municipal Law Section 207-a/c Case Book is a handbook for administrators, union officials and attorneys involved with General Municipal Law Sections 207-a and 207-c benefits available to law enforcement personnel and firefighters suffering job related injuries or diseases.

The material presented includes an analysis of significant issues and concerns relevant to situations involving the negotiation, implementation and administration of Sections 207-a and 207-c of the General Municipal Law and related laws; a summary of significant court decisions and related materials concerning processing General Municipal Law Section 207-a, Section 207-c claims; the full text of selected opinions involving the application General Municipal Law Section 207-a, and Section 207-c; and selected provisions of the General Municipal Law; the Retirement and Social Security Law; and the Civil Service Law.

 

Reviews
... The book is really a manual ... a guide to disability leave entitlement for New York Public Employees involved in law enforcement and fire fighting. It cites hundreds of cases and covers hundreds of issues. To my knowledge, this is the only work of its kind. The book is professionally written and will undoubtedly be helpful to attorneys and others who practice this area of law. What is also unique about the book is that at times it is written like a treatise and at other times it includes the full text of court decisions like a law school case book. This is probably because some of the cited material may be hard to find....
- Mitchell H. Rubinstein, Esq, Adjunct Professor of Law at St. John's University School of Law and New York Law School

 

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About the Author
Randall, a public personnel law consultant to attorneys, formerly served as Director of Research, NYS Governor's Office of Employee Relations; Director of SUNY Personnel; and Counsel, NYS Department of Civil Service. In addition, he served as Staff Judge Advocate General, New York Guard.

 

 

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