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Licciardi v. City of Rochester

Supreme Court of New York, Fourth Department

November 8, 2013

MARK A. LICCIARDI, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS A CITY OF ROCHESTER FIREFIGHTER, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
CITY OF ROCHESTER, CITY OF ROCHESTER FIRE DEPARTMENT, JOHN CAUFIELD, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS CITY OF ROCHESTER FIRE CHIEF, SALVATORE MITRANO, III, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS EXECUTIVE DEPUTY CHIEF, MARTIN MCMILLIAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS LINE DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF, RICHARD YACKEL, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS BATTALION CHIEF, KEVIN CADY, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS A CITY OF ROCHESTER FIRE LIEUTENANT, MAUREEN HOPE, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS FIRE DEPARTMENT CASE MANAGER, AND SUSAN WALZ, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS VICE PRINCIPAL OF NORTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE FAIRPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS.

Appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Monroe County (Ann Marie Taddeo, J.), entered June 11, 2012. The order denied the motion of plaintiff for leave to renew or reargue the motion of defendant Susan Walz, individually and as Vice Principal of Northside Elementary School in the Fairport School District, to dismiss the complaint against her and seeking to compel disclosure from Walz.

EMMELYN LOGAN-BALDWIN, ROCHESTER, FOR PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT.

THE LAW FIRM OF FRANK W. MILLER, EAST SYRACUSE (J. RYAN HATCH OF COUNSEL), FOR DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT SUSAN WALZ, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS VICE PRINCIPAL OF NORTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN THE FAIRPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT.

PRESENT: SCUDDER, P.J., CENTRA, CARNI, LINDLEY, AND SCONIERS, JJ.

It is hereby ORDERED that said appeal from the order insofar as it denied leave to reargue is unanimously dismissed and the order is affirmed without costs.

Memorandum:

Plaintiff appeals from an order denying his motion for leave to renew or reargue the motion of defendant Susan Walz, individually and as Vice Principal of Northside Elementary School in the Fairport School District, to dismiss the complaint against her and seeking to compel disclosure from Walz. Plaintiff offered no new facts in support of that part of the motion seeking leave to renew or reargue, but merely argued that Supreme Court had misapprehended the law and therefore reached the wrong conclusion with respect to the prior motion. That part of the motion, therefore, was in fact only a motion for leave to reargue, the denial of which is not appealable (see Mugabo v City of Buffalo, 94 A.D.3d 1577, 1577). Inasmuch as the complaint against Walz had been dismissed, the court properly denied as moot that part of the motion seeking to compel disclosure from her (see Kinney & Kinsella, Inc. v NEI Fashions, LLC, 85 A.D.3d 514, 515).


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