Law360 (April 6, 2021, 4:26 PM EDT) — A Hispanic court clerk for the New York judiciary wasn’t able to convince the Second Circuit to reinstate her lawsuit claiming she was transferred to another division because she filed a bias complaint, as the panel concluded Tuesday that the move didn’t hurt her career.
In a summary order that upheld the New York State Unified Court System’s trial court win, the appellate panel said Lorraine De Jesus-Hall hadn’t shown that her transfer from the criminal department to the foreclosure division in July 2015 qualified as the kind of negative work event that can back up a bias claim.
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