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County of Suffolk — A. February 17, The petitioner bus company submitted a proposal in response to respondents request for proposals for transportation services but was not successful. Albany Custom Floors, Inc.
Strojnowski, AD2dNYS2d 2nd Dept ; appeal denied 70 NY2dNYS2d -- Held that physical evidence, such as tools, clothing, does not constitute a "record"; affirmed denial of names and addresses and statements of confidential witness and certain investigative techniques used for processing a homicide scene; Court cited opinion of Committee; has been appeals to Court of Appeals.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. Town of Oyster Bay, 12 Misc. Arrow Electronics v Long Island Power Authority, Supreme Court, New York County, February 28, — Substantial competitive injury would likely flow to agency if agency were required to disclose negotiated terms, pricing details, boundary rights, pricing and costs, where agency negotiates in the electric power spot and futures market, is engaged in actual competition in the wholesale and retail electric markets, and has demonstrated that such information is otherwise unavailable.
Substantial competitive injury would likely flow to submitting commercial entity if agency were to disclose cost confidential proprietary and pricing information, and project term sheet, which would unfairly benefit competitors, giving them an unfair competitive edge in the market place.
Such a request is exempt because it reveals sources and methods that, if revealed, could create a risk to the safety to officers and their sources. Also, since the vast majority of records do not include racial, religious, or ethnic classifications and there is no set of search terms that would encompass the universe of responsive documents, the requests fail to reasonably describe records of the agency, and the terms are insufficient for the purposes of locating and identifying the documents sought.
Aurelius Capital Management v. Citing Encore and distinguishing Markowitz, court upheld Department denial, finding that Department was the only source of the information, that MBIA would be damaged by disclosure and that, unlike Markowitz, the likelihood of damage was not merely theoretical, but rather was real.
Brown, Supreme Court, Queens County, January 2, — Documents and photographs provided must be legible and clear copies.
Photographs are not required to be reprints nor are they required to be enhanced. Where the documents provided were not legible or clear they must be reprinted without expense to petitioner. Morgenthau, 74 NY2dNYS2d -- Petitioner directed request to district attorney and was denied in a letter signed by the records access officer.
Petitioner brought suit and court held that: Fairport Central School Districtpdf Supreme Court, Monroe County, November 1, -- Union president attempted to block disclosure pursuant to FOIL following request for emails stored on school district computer relating to union activities.
Department disclosed hundreds of records only after lawsuit was initiated and with prodding from the court.
New York City Police Department, AD2dNYS2d 5 1st Dept -- Conclusory statement that agency could not locate records without indication that person so stating was involved in the search was inadequate, as was failure on the part of agency to indicate contents of records withheld; lower court in those circumstances should have conducted in camera inspection to determine propriety of redactions.
See Key, Cuadrado, Gould, Johnson v. Insurance Department, 95 Misc. The information is required to be filed and has been routinely disclosed since Upon learning that petitioner disclosed the information on the internet, various companies expressed opposition to disclosure.
Court held that record is available, rejecting claim that disclosure would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy; similarly, the Court rejected a denial based upon the Personal Privacy Protection Law. The newspaper argued that the Mohel was acting in a professional capacity and therefore, disclosure could not constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
Mann, AD3dNYS2d 3rd Dept -- Inmate request for records regarding other inmates involved in a disturbance was denied based upon institutional safety and inmate privacy considerations.
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