Gary E. Dvoskin obtained summary judgment for a Long Island School District and its Superintendent in The Federal Court, Eastern District in a case involving allegations of discrimination based on Plaintiff’s gender, age and race in the form of disparate treatment and disparate impact, as well as retaliation pursuant to Title VII. Plaintiff, a junior high school principal since 1993 alleged when the District and his Union entered into a 2006 Collective Bargaining Agreement (“CBA”), Plaintiff was treated less favorably than similarly situated employees on the basis of age, gender and race. Plaintiff, who received the smallest percentage pay raise of the 34 members under the agreement, also claimed same was done in retaliation of a prior EEOC filing. In a 23 page decision, all claims were dismissed. Plaintiff appealed to the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal. Cruser, Mitchell & Novitz attorneys successfully defeated his appeal and the Appellate Court affirmed the decision.