LAWestMedia.com Reports on Matthew McNicholas’ Lawsuit on Behalf of Four Elite Unit LAPD Officers

Posted on August 31, 2017

As published on LAWestMedia.com, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge has denied the LAPD’s motion for summary judgment, allowing four LAPD officers’ whistleblower retaliation lawsuit to go to trial in January.

Partner Matthew McNicholas is representing the 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. Specifically, the captain intended to unilaterally alter their schedules, which were established as part of the Understanding, and when the plaintiffs complained, the captain had them all removed from the elite unit and instructed other captains to not hire them.

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