Thank you for your response.
If your school did not follow the proper procedure in denying you tenure and did not allow you to go through the process, you do have a claim against them. The issue is that in NY you must present a Notice of Claim to the agency within 90 days of the action that you are complaining of to preserve your rights to sue. Thus, you need to hurry as they will argue the action happened in April and your argument here is that it was not a final action until June 30, but the faster you get your 90 day notice of claim filed against them the better for your case. The court can only order in this matter that they take you back to follow the process, this does not guarantee you a position, it only guarantees that the 3031 process will be followed.
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