Alexander et al v. Bahou et al
Case Number: 5:1978cv00392
Filed: January 12, 2021
Court: US District Court for the Northern District of New York
Office: Syracuse Office
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Jobs
Cause of Action: 42:2000e Job Discrimination (Employment)

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January 12, 2021 Opinion or Order Filing 70 MEMORANDUM-DECISION and ORDER: that the government's 49 Motion to Modify the Consent Decree under Rule 60(b)(5) is Granted in Part; Paragraph 1(a) of the consent decree shall now read: The City shall have the right, to the extent necessary to meet its obligations and goals under this decree, to grant priority to African Americans and females who have successfully passed the applicable civil service examinations, which preference will operate in a matter analogous, but not identical, to t he priority which has been given to City residents over non-resident applicants (as more particularly set forth in paragraph 7). Nothing in this consent decree, including the allowances of hiring preferences in this Paragraph, Paragraph 7, and Parag raph 8(b), shall be construed as insulating the City from a civil suit for applying differing cutoff scores for the civil service examination on the basis of race or gender, including for African American and female applicants and that the government's motion is Denied in all other respects.Signed by Judge David N. Hurd on 01/12/2021. (hmr)
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