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MICHAEL STEIN v. MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

This appeal arises from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City that affirmed an order of an Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) of the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings (“OAH”) denying and dismissing a grievance filed by appellant, Michael Stein, an Emergency Response Technician (“ERT”), with appellee, the Maryland Transportation Authority (“MDTA”), on behalf of himself and 37 other ERTs (collectively, “Grievants”). We are asked to determine “whether the ALJ erred in failing to sustain the … grievance”  claiming that MDTA had acted arbitrarily and capriciously in compensating newly hired ERTs at a higher salary than Grievants.

Read the unreported opinion.