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Clark (major), Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Johnson, Tobin, The petitioner bus company submitted a proposal in response to respondents request for proposals for transportation services but was not successful.
Hogan, Planned Parenthood, Rainey, Regenhard, Reese, Robles, Rodriguez, Rold (1), Ruberti, Scott (2), Siegel, Stein, Stevens, Tobin, Thomas v. Russo, Dupont, Echevarria, Empire (1), Espiritu, Franklin, Huston, Irwin, James, Hoyer, Newcomer v. Feuerstein, Hassig, Karlin, Klline (2), Kooi, Laureano, Mantica, Mc Ferrin-Clancy, Miller (1), Morris, Mullady, Murphy, National Alliance, Newsday (3), Newsday (6), Newsday v. of Transportation, Newton, New York Committee for Occupational Safety & Health v. Hynes, Joseph, Kassebaum, Kwoczka, Laureano, Miller (1), Newsday LLC v. Sought records relating to the request for proposals, but was denied access because it “would impair present or imminent contract awards or collective bargaining negotiations.” Petitioner filed an Article 78 but prior to the decision the respondents disclosed the documents, which left only attorney’s fees issue to be decided.
New York State Police, Chaves, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Crawford, Cuadrado, Davis, Environmental Working Group, Kairis, Key, Livingston v.
Hynes, Lugo, New York Environmental Law & Justice, Norde, Rattley, Sanchez, Thomas (2), West Harlem Business Group v.
David, Albany Custom Floors, Arrow Electronics, Aurelius, Aurelius Capital Mgt., LP v. Hogan, Pooler, Professional Standards, Ragusa, Sagaponack, Saratoga Harness Racing, Inc. Task Force on the Future of Off-Track Betting, Schenectady v. Current Law: §87(2)(f) Overturned agency's denial of a request for names and addresses of mink and fox farmers; Court agreed with opinion of COG advising that provisions concerning privacy can be asserted only with respect to personal information relating to natural persons and held that "the names and business addresses of individuals or entities engaged in animal farming for profit do not constitute information of a private nature, and this conclusion is not changed by the fact that a person's business address may also be the address of his or her residence." In related decision regarding Open Meetings Law, Appellate Division found that entity's powers and functions were derived from federal law and that, therefore, it was not subject to that statute; using same reasoning, it was held that the entity is not subject to Freedom of Information Law.
Dinallo, Bahnken, Bello, Belth (1) and (2), Belth v. O'Keefe, Sunset, Syracuse & Oswego, Troy Sand & Gravel, Urbach, Verizon v. Teacher sought to enjoin District from disclosing any portion of settlement agreement pursuant to which charges of misconduct had been settled, citing lower court decision in La Rocca, which has since been modified.
Board of Education, New York State United Teachers, New York Times (2), New York Veterans, Obiajulu, Pennington v. New York City Police Department, Romero, Russo, Scarola, Smokes, Walsh, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Bader, Council of Regulated Adult Liquor Licenses, Cromwell, Gannett Suburban, Johnson (2), Konigsberg, Kwasnik, Mc Gee, Mitchell (2), Newman v. New York Police Department, Vasquez, Woodstock, Zanger Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Cerro, Corbin, Doe, Garcia, Greene, Hodges, Kelly, Lutvin, Mitchell, Mc Bride, Newton, Orange Cty., Pub. County of Nassau, New York Civil Liberties Union, Newton, New York Association, Murtha, O'Donnell, People v. NYS Public Service Commission, Washington Post, Waste Stream, Allen v. Held that physical evidence, such as tools, clothing, does not constitute a "record"; affirmed denial of names and addresses and statements of confidential witness and certain investigative techniques used for processing a homicide scene; Court cited opinion of Committee; has been appeals to Court of Appeals.
Calabrese, Police Benevolent Association of New York, Inc.(2) , Seelig, C. Bennett, South Shore Press Inc., Taylor, Toledo, Wagstaffe v. City of New York Police Department, Office of the Attorney General, Irving, Lockheed Martin, Markowitz, Newman, NYC Off Track Betting, New York Racing (2001), New York Racing (2008), New York Regional, NYS Electric, Niagara Mohawk (1) and (2), City of Oswego, Passino, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Strojnowski, Capital Newspapers (4), Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Chebere, Cornell, De Luca, De Maria, De Oliviera, Faulkner, Fink, Gannett Newspaper v. ABC News was granted access to names and business addresses of the principals of check cashing businesses licensed by Banking Department; other aspects of license applications, such as residence addresses, were denied on the basis of §87(2)(f) in order to protect the lives and safety of applicants and their families.
Mills, Scott (2), Siegel, Smigel, Stevens Blain, Anonymous, Buffalo Evening News (1), Buffalo News (2), Cap. P., Day, Elentuck, Farrell, Gannett (2), Geneva Printing (1) and (2), Hawley (2), Henner, Herald (4), Kerr, Kwasnik, Lewis (1), La Rocca, Minerva, Mothers, Mulgrew, Mulgrew v. Newspapers (4), Citizens for Alternatives, Encore (2), Irwin v Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency, Kerr, Newsday (5), Rumore, Russo, C. Commissioner, Khatibi, Lebron, Mixon, Moore, Riley-James, Ramos v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Urban Justice Center v. Clark, Pelt, Qayyam, Sanders, Sunter (2), Swinton, Vann, Acosta, Alliance, Aliano (2), Belth, Belth v. Newspapers (1) and (3), Clegg, Children's Rights, Coalition of Landlords(3), Collins, Daily Gazette, Green, Fitzpatrick, Gannett (1), Gannett v. Joseph's, Sam, Scott (2), Shedrick, Short, Smith v. David, Lecker, Legal Aid (1), Linz, Mc Allan, Mullady, Murray (1), Newsday v. In this case, since all the proposals were submitted and acted upon at the time of the request, there was no reasonable basis for denial and attorney’s fees were awarded.
Empire State Development Corporation, Buffalo Evening News (1), Buffalo News (2), Daily Gazette, Farrell, Geneva Printing (2), Henner, Herald (4), New York News (1), Powhida, Reale, Rome Sentinel, Santomero, Scaccia, Sinicropi, Western Suffolk, American Broadcasting, American Society, Argentieri, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Batten, Bellamy, Belth (2), Beyah, Boddie, Brownstone (3), Buffalo Teachers, Burtis, Carnevale (2), Carty, Chebere, Darnowski, Di Rose (3), Goyer, Grajales, Howard, John H., Johnson (2), Joint, Krauss, Laporte, Laveck, Mc Dermott, New York Teachers, New York Veterans, Pennington v.
Calabrese, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Rodriguez, Ruberti, Sagaponack, Stein, Schreier, Tobin, Urban Justice Center v. Hynes, Hall, Harvey, Hightower, King, Mullgrav, Newton, New York News (4), Newton (2), C. Smith (4), Smokes, Westchester-Rockland (7), American Broadcasting, American Society, Brownstone (3), Buffalo Teachers, Empire Center for New York State Policy v.
New York Police Department, Whitfield, Almodovar, Argentieri, Benedict, Bernstein, Canandaigua, Carnevale, Carty, CAT ASI, Chambers, Coleman, Couch, Council of Regulated Adult Liquor Licenses, Cosgrove, Covington, Dickman, Doe, Flower, Floyd, Held, Town of Hempstead, Irving, Jacoby, Jamison, Jefferson, Jones v. New York State Teacher’s Retirement System, Joint, Krauss, New York Teachers, New York Veterans, Police Benevolent Association of New York, Inc.(2)Allen Group, Bannon, Bellamy(1), Bellamy (2), Brodie, Brownell, Chatham, DJL Restaurant, Erie Boulevard, Gannett Newspaper v. Of Monroe, Hameed, Humane Society, Johnson (3), Marrone, Metts, New York Civil Liberties Union, Ragusa, Rainbow News, Smith v. of Public Works, Stengel, Town of Waterford, Tuck-It-Away, Waterford v. of Environmental Conservation, West Harlem, White v.
Commissioner, Joseph, City of Kingston, Klein, Kurland, Kwasnik, Malinowski, Mc Griff, Mitchell, Murphy, Newton, Orange County Publications, Pennington (2), People v. New York State Division of Housing & Community Renewal, Seeley, Tanner, Taylor, Tinker Street, Ubaldo, Van Steenburg, Vent, Yarmy, Benyi, Coalition of Landlords, Crown, Gancin, Legal Aid, Malinowski, Real Estate Data, NY Central, Reese, Ripp, Sambucci, Schulz, Sheehan (2), Simpson, Szikszay, Time Warner Cable News NY1, Weslowski, Whitehead, Zaleski, Buffalo Broadcasting v. Capasso, Stengel, Stewart Park, Catskill Alliance Heritage Alliance, Inc. Office of the Governor, Chatham Towers, Empire Wine & Spirits, Entergy Nuclear Indian Point, Grasso, Hernandez, Humane Society, Lee Enterprises, Inc., Leyton, Madera, Miller v. Tracy, Babcock, Bartlett, Rowland, D., David, 124 Ferry, General Electric, General Motors, Henner, Ingram, Kheel, Marino, Mid-Miller (1), New York Times v. NYS DOT, Chittenden, Cuevas, Rowland D., Elentuck, Fields, Gannett Satellite, Gould, Grigger, Grune Hall, Hameed, Herald (4), Johnson (2) and (6), Kaufman, Kheel, Levine (1), Mac Roe, Mc Aulay (1), Mingo, Miller, Miracle Mile, Mitzner, Montalvo, Monteleione, National Resources, New York 1 News, Newsday (1), O'Shaughnessy, Reade, Rome Sentinel, Rothenberg, Russo, Scaccia, Sinicropi, Stein, Todd, Village of Tuckahoe, Adirondack Park, Akras, Cuevas, Doolan, Dunlea, General Electric, Golubski, Gould, Ingram, Islip, Johnson (2) and (6), Kent, Mac Roe, Professional Standards, Santomero, Steele, Stewart Park, Todd, Warder, Xerox, Allen v.
City of Yonkers, Carnevale (1), Carnevale (2), Catskill, Catskill Alliance Heritage Alliance, Inc. Nassau County Police Department, New York Racing Association (2010), NYS Assoc. Division of the Budget, and Franchise Oversight Board, Rebello, Redmon, Rodriguez, Rose, Rushford, Sanchez v. of Homes, New York Civil Liberties Union, Paz, Rattley, Reynolds, Robert, Saxton, Timoney v.