The Judge said: “there is no requirement that data be reliable for it to be disclosed."
What can you say? How long can the union hide from the fact that they made the deal that Klein reneged on. Crying about him being a "liar" will only carry them so far. The leadership will one day get its comeuppance.
By DAREH GREGORIAN
Last Updated: 2:43 PM, January 10, 2011
Posted: 2:34 PM, January 10, 2011
"The UFT's argument that the data reflected in the TDRs should not be released because the TDRs are so flawed and unreliable as to be subjective is without merit," the judge wrote, citing legal precedent that "there is no requirement that data be reliable for it to be disclosed."
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