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Glassboro v. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, No. 108, A-75-07, (NJ Supreme Ct., November 17, 2008)

Articles Discussing Case:

Court Rules That Arbitrator Exceeded His Authority by Ordering Promotion of One Police Officer Over Another.

Ogletree Deakins • December 16, 2008
After the Borough of Glassboro promoted officer William Highley over officer Peter Amico, the union filed a grievance on behalf of Amico on the basis that the borough’s decision violated the promotional procedure set forth in the collective bargaining agreement, and that the decision violated state law by making residency in the borough a factor.

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