N.Y. Judges' Pay Suit Whittled Down To One Claim

Law360, New York (December 4, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- A trio of New York state judges who sued the state for not giving them pay raises since 1999 have reportedly lost the bulk of their lawsuit.

Judge Thomas McNamara of the New York State Supreme Court tossed all but one of the claims in the suit on Friday, the New York Law Journal reported Monday.

The litigation had been filed by two Nassau County judges – District Judge Edward Maron and Supreme Court Judge Joseph DeMaro – along with Arthur Schack, a Brooklyn Supreme Court...
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