We were denied Emergency Appeal by SCOTUS

from Michael Kane

3-8-22

UPDATE – After communication with my attorney Sujata Gibson:

As many of you are aware the cases of KANE vs DE BLASIO and KEIL vs NYC made an emergency appeal to SCOTUS. That appeal was denied.

After speaking communicating with my attorney Sujata Gibson I was able to give the above update on Twitter and on my personal Instagram account @michaelkane.tfc

What’s most important to know right now is that our case is not over, far from it, however we do not foresee relief coming to NYC workers on unpaid leave or recently fired in the months of March or April. Please watch the above video update for multiple relevant details.

2 thoughts on “We were denied Emergency Appeal by SCOTUS

  1. Just pointing out that (I hope) it’s not just “City Workers on unpaid leave or recently fired (I was fired on 2-18-22)” affected by this, but also those of us who were forced to resign (in order to maintain health insurance while seeking employment) back in October, but allowed to file a 2nd appeal for a religious exemption in November.

    I hope we’re not forgotten by the lawyers. I know I won’t forget them, if I get my job back someday.

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