[IPAC-List] Here we go again- New Haven Firefighter Files Lawsuit

Pluta, Paul ppluta at hr.lacounty.gov
Fri Oct 16 15:45:38 EDT 2009

Not to worry. The City can file a motion for summary judgment based on
the outcome of the SC case. It should not be a problem because the SC
already declared there was insufficient evidence to indicate the test is
not job related or consistent with a business necessity.

Paul E. Pluta, ABD, SPHR

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Subject: [IPAC-List] Here we go again- New Haven Firefighter Files

Now, a black firefighter has filed a lawsuit, claiming that the test was
weighted improperly, and therefore bias.

I wonder how this filing is treated against the "300 days to file" rule,
given that the test was given in 2003. Perhaps the final list was not
certified until after the recent Supreme Court case. Oh, well!

Read about it here.


Richard Arwood, Fire Chief (retired -Memphis, TN)
Collierville, TN

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