Ex-College Prez Must Provide Data For Residence Inquiry

Law360, Newark, N.J. (February 14, 2020, 4:54 PM EST) -- A New Jersey state judge on Friday sharply warned that the ex-president of Essex County College must give the institution electronic tracking data related to where she lived while serving in that role, or she'll be cut from a suit alleging she and the college's former general counsel were fired in a retaliatory scheme.

Superior Court Judge Robert H. Gardner gave that admonition to onetime ECC President Gale Gibson's attorney during a hearing in Newark on the college's bid to toss her claims with prejudice for not providing the data with respect to its allegations that she lived in New York...

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