Saturday, July 4, 2015

Alycia's lawyer issues statement

 

Alycia Lane's attorney Paul Rosen has issued a statement regarding her terminations from CBS3.

Paul Rosen is chair of the litigation group of Spector Gadon & Rosen, P.C., Philadelphia.

Alycia's lawyer issues statement

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Alycia Lane's attorney Paul Rosen has issued a statement regarding her termination from CBS3.

Paul Rosen is chair of the litigation group of Spector Gadon & Rosen, P.C., Philadelphia.

"We have learned today that KYW-TV (Channel 3) has unilaterally terminated Alycia Lane's employment. The conduct of KYW-TV is contrary to the terms of her Employment Contract which has many additional years remaining. The termination comes at a time when there has been absolutely no determination that Alycia is guilty of any wrongful conduct, and after KYW-TV has aired her categorical denial of the alleged charge that is pending against her. The termination is unfair because Alycia has never had an opportunity to defend against this charge, and tell her side of the story publicly, before KYW-TV has taken this unusual and unwarranted step to terminate her employment. Obviously, on the advice of counsel, Alycia cannot talk about these matters because of the matter that is pending in New York."

Rosen did not immediately return our calls and e-mails to ask whether he was planning to file a wrongful termination suit against the station.

 

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