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Psy-Ed Corporation v. Klein

Docket #SJC-10722
Date January 3, 2011
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JusticesIreland, C.J., Spina, Cordy, Botsford, JJ.
SummaryEmployment, Termination. Anti-discrimination law, Termination of employment. Employment, Retaliation. Abuse of process. Contract, Interference with contractual relations. Consumer Protection Act, Businessman's claim. Damages, Emotional distress, Attorney's fees.
Appealed FromMiddlesex Superior Court, Justice Sandra L. Hamlin
BriefsSee selection available in PDF format at Supreme Judicial Court website
Counsel for Appellant
Psy-Ed Corporation:  Jeffrey S. Robbins, A.W. Phinney, III
Hirsch:  Donna M. Brewer
Mehrling:  Kurt S. Kusiak, A. Hether Cahill
Counsel for Appellee
Klein:  George P. Field
Schive:  Dahlia Rudavsky, Kevin C. Merritt
Amici CuriaeInternational Committee Against Mental Illness; Voice of the Retarded; American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry; Foundation for Innovation in Medicine; Colleen Giblin Foundation; Brain Research Lab, New York University School of Medicine; UNICO National; Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination; Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association; Charles Hamilton Houston Institute; Fair Employment Project, Inc.; Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; Massachusetts Law Reform Institute; Union of Minority Neighborhoods

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