Appellate Division Affirms Summary Judgment For Cosmic Diner, Applying Continuing Violations Doctrine, Where Employee Failed to Present Any Specific Instances of Harassment Within Statute of Limitations Period

In Mejia v T.N. 888 Eighth Ave. LLC Co., the Appellate Division First Department affirmed summary judgment for the employer, applying the Continuing Violations doctrine, because according to the court, the employee failed to testify or put forward other evidence of the dates of the alleged harassment within the 3-year statute of limitations period applicable to New York City Human Rights Law, although the employee had done so for instances falling outside the statute of limitations period.

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