NY High Court Skeptical On Not Disclosing Pensioners' Names

Law360, New York (March 26, 2014, 5:49 PM EDT) -- New York's highest court appeared skeptical Wednesday of a state appellate ruling that the names of public employees who get pension benefits don't have to be disclosed under New York's Freedom of Information Law, as a spending watchdog and news media outlets pushed for more disclosure.

Judges on the New York Court of Appeals wondered if the Appellate Division's Third Department got it wrong when a majority said in February 2013 that the New York State Teachers' Retirement System was not legally required to disclose names along...
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