Attorney Kate Ferlic files amendment to Zeynep Unal lawsuit

By | Civil Litigation, Employment Law, In The Media

August 1, 2014 Los Alamos Monitor Santa Fe attorney Kate Ferlic filed an amendment to Zeynep Unal lawsuit from 2013 againt Los Alamos Public Schools, The Los Alamos School Board, Principal Kathryn Vandenkieboom and Superintendent of Schools Eugene Schmidt. Unal’s lawsuit alleges she was harassed and discriminated against by her former boss, Vandenkieboom, the principal at Aspen Elementary School. Read…

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Lawsuit claims Espanola police assaults teen after Nerf ball thrown at patrol car

By | Civil Litigation, In The Media

April 30, 2014 Albuquerque Journal A lawsuit filed by Santa Fe attorney John Day on behalf of Dolores Tapia and her sons, claim Espanola police assault that involved officer John Vigil choking her teenage son after he threw a Nerf football at the police officer’s patrol car.  The lawsuit states that Officer Vigil lifted the teen off the ground while…

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LANL Employees File Complaint Against Tony Stanford

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Carol A. Clark, Daily Post Dec 4, 2013 Attorney John Day filed a complaint in First District Court in Santa Fe this afternoon against Los Alamos National Security, LLC, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Tony Stanford for assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent hiring, supervision and retention. read more via Los Alamos Daily Post

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Los Alamos special education teacher lawsuit against district

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April 22, 2013 Carol A. Clark Los Alamos Daily Post A Los Alamos Public Schools Special Education teacher is suing the district, its superintendent, and the principal of Aspen Elementary School. Attorney Kate Ferlic of Egolf, Ferlic & Day, LLC in Santa Fe filed the lawsuit Thursday, April 18 in District Court with a complaint for relief and jury trial…

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Los Alamos teacher sues district

By | Civil Litigation, Civil Rights Advocacy, Employment Law, In The Media

John Severance, Los Alamos Monitor, April 20, 2013 Zeynep Unal, a Turkish-born special education teacher who has been employed by the Los Alamos Public Schools since 2005, is suing the district for violations of the New Mexico Human Rights Act, defamation and breach of contract. The suit claims that Unal continues to suffer from loss of income, severe emotional distress,…

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