Graham reaches out-of-court settlement in training-pay case
by MBJ Staff
Published: April 9,2014
Tags: audit, county government, Hinds County, Jackson Police Department, law, legal, litigation, Office of State Auditor, Public Employees Retirement System, Robert Graham, settlement, Stacey Pickering, state agency, supervisor, training
JACKSON — State Auditor Stacey Pickering reports that an out-of-court settlement has been agreed to with Hinds County Supervisor Robert Graham involving litigation concerning Graham’s conducting training while employed by the Jackson Police Department.
As part of the settlement, Graham will transfer 91 days of his accumulated unused uncompensated personal and major medical leave to the city of Jackson from his Public Employees Retirement System account. Upon retirement Graham had 456 days of accumulated unused and uncompensated personal and major medical leave.
Additionally, Graham will pay the city of Jackson $1,898.54 in principal and interest.
This litigation is settled without an admission of liability or guilt by Graham.
The conditions of the settlement prevent either party from making further comments at this time.
To sign up for Mississippi Business Daily Updates, click here.
One Response to “Graham reaches out-of-court settlement in training-pay case”
Top Posts & Pages
- HUNTER ARNOLD: Mississippi, Gulf Coast states focus on global business markets
- Host families prepare for Mississippi Braves’ season
- JOSH MABUS — Mississippi’s Healthcare: Not a quality problem, a marketing problem
- Ridgeland property rights tussle is expected to have wide impact
- Starkville's Cotton Mill Marketplace hotel breaks ground Wednesday
- Two new casinos like the odds on Mississippi Gulf Coast
- PHIL HARDWICK: When will Mississippi change its culture?
- AWAITING ITS FATE: Gables complex may have to shrink to meet law
- DAVID DALLAS — Roger Wicker: Profile in discouragement