In a decision written by Justice Edwin Kassoff, the court said that the state agency had the legal authority to issue succession rules.
The Court's decision, written by Chase, was criticized by both sides.
The dismissal was upheld on appeal in a decision written by Richard Posner.
The decision, written by Justice Clarence Thomas, was particularly important for job discrimination cases in the New York area.
The decision, written by Justice David Ross, held that the moratorium was "constitutional in all respects."
The decision written on the slot in which the ball ends is to be taken.
It was a decision written more in pencil than in ink, and it proved agonizing.
There were no surprises in the court's 7-to-0 decision, written by Judge Richard C. Wesley.
The 1990 decision, written by Justice Garibaldi, found that the practice violated state antidiscrimination laws.
The commission further determined that decisions written by Chamberlain while on the Board had actually been prepared by another person.