$2.5 Million Settlement Secured on Behalf of Four LAPD Officers in Retaliation Lawsuit

Posted on September 3, 2019

Partner Matthew McNicholas obtained a settlement of $2.5 million on behalf of four officers from the Internal Surveillance Unit, an elite sector of the LAPD’s Special Operations Division, who were retaliated against after reporting that their Captain was retaliating against them for exercising their rights under the Memorandum of Understanding (union agreement) between the Los Angeles Police Protective League and the City.

In response to the four officers objecting to violations of their union agreement, the Captain kicked them out of the unit and instructed other captains to not hire them. The officers filed a retaliation complaint with Internal Affairs; however, despite being one of the individuals accused of the retaliation, their Captain was permitted to participate in the outcome of the investigation and to determine whether or not the complaint allegations should be sustained or unfounded.

McNicholas & McNicholas
McNicholas & McNicholas
McNicholas & McNicholas
McNicholas & McNicholas
McNicholas & McNicholas
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