Johnson v. Long Island University
||Long Island University
||April 23, 2013
||New York Eastern District Court
||Central Islip Office
||Gary R. Brown
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Jobs
|Cause of Action:
||42:2000e Job Discrimination (Employment)
|Jury Demanded By:
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 30, 2014
MEMORANDUM & ORDER granting in part and denying in part 5 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; For the foregoing reasons, LIU's motion to dismiss (Docket Entry 5) is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. LIU's motion to dismi ss is GRANTED as to (1) Plaintiff's Title VII claims based on conduct occurring prior to March 28, 2012; (2) Plaintiff's Title VII, Section 1981, and NYSHRL claims based on gender; (3) Plaintiff's Title VII, Section 1981, and NYSHRL cl aims based on allegations that do not state adverse employment actions, as explained above; and (4) Plaintiff's hostile work environment claims. All of these claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE except that Plaintiff is granted leave to replead c ertain adverse employment actions identified in this Memorandum and Order. If Plaintiff wishes to replead, he must do so within thirty (30) days of the date of this Memorandum and Order. If he fails to do so, claims based on these alleged adverse employment actions will be dismissed with prejudice. So Ordered by Judge Joanna Seybert on 9/30/2014. C/ECF (Valle, Christine)
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