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Labor & Employment – Public Employees – Retirement – Re-Employment – Benefits Repayment (access required)

Walker v. Department of State Treasurer. Petitioner did not show that respondent ever represented to him that town employees were respondent's agents for purposes of explaining petitioner's retirement benefits; therefore, the representations made by town employees are not binding on respondent. We reluctantly affirm the superior court's order that petitioner repay the retirement benefits paid to him by respondent from January 1996 through November 2006.

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Labor & Employment – Retirement Funds – ERISA – Investment Change – Health Insurance – Securities Fraud Claim (access required)

  Hall v. Tyco International Ltd. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-03-0927, 10 pp.) (James A. Beaty, J.) M.D.N.C. Holding: Even if the court accepts plaintiff’s personal calculations as to how much money he lost in the 24 hours during which his ...

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Administrative – Judicial Review – Standard of Review – Labor & Employment – Public Employees (access required)

Haas v. North Carolina Department of Crime Control & Public Safety. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-16-0890, 15 pp.) (Ann Marie Calabria, J.) Appealed from Wake County Superior Court. (Carl R. Fox, J.) N.C. App. Unpub. Holding: In a review of a ...

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Labor & Employment – Tort/Negligence – Public Employees – Schools & School Boards – Probationary Teacher – Non-Renewal of Contract (access required)

Antonellis v. Cumberland County Schools Board of Education. The pro se plaintiff, a probationary teacher, was not entitled to a hearing before the defendant-school board when his contract was not renewed, and the complaint alleges claims against the individual defendants in their official capacities but does not allege the waiver of sovereign immunity by any defendant.

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Labor & Employment – Disability – Discrimination Claim – Diabetes – Leave of Absence – Transfer – Schools & School Boards (access required)

Williams v. Brunswick County Board of Education. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-02-0722, 14 pp.) (James C. Dever III, J.) E.D.N.C. Holding: Even though plaintiff decided to take a medical leave of absence to deal with her diabetes, none of her doctors ...

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