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Patrick Snay

Headmaster

Riviera Day School

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Riviera Day School

6800 Nervia Street

Miami, Florida,33146

United States

Company Description

Riviera Schools provide a unique educational setting for children that helps them develop as educated leaders while challenging them to explore their various talents. Rivera Schools has cutting edge technology for students to engage with, as well as an academi...more

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Sahara Tribune » Girl costs father $80,000 with 'SUCK IT' Facebook post

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Patrick Snay, 69 - the former head of Guillver Preparatory School - filed an age discrimination complaint when his 2010-11 contract wasn't renewed.
In November 2011, the school and Snay came to an agreement in which Snay would be paid $10,000 in back pay, and an $80,000 settlement. Within a few days, Gulliver Schools sent a letter to Snay's attorneys stating that Snay had broken a confidentiality agreement and that he would not be receiving the $80,000 settlement. The agreement stated that neither Snay nor his wife could speak about the settlement to anyone except for his attorneys and other professional advisers. Snay filed a motion to enforce the settlement and won in a Circuit Court ruling. The school appealed. So we knew what the restrictions were, yet we needed to tell her something," Snay explained in court documents. Last week, the Third District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida agreed that Snay had, in fact, violated confidentiality and reversed the Circuit Court ruling. It wrote: "Snay violated the agreement by doing exactly what he had promised not to do. His daughter then did precisely what the confidentiality agreement was designed to prevent, advertising to the Gulliver community that Snay had been successful in his age discrimination and retaliation case against the school. "Based on the clear and unambiguous language of the parties' agreement and Snay's testimony confirming his breach of its terms, we reverse the order entered below granting the Snays' motion to enforce the agreement." Snay is now the headmaster at Riviera Preparatory School in Coral Gables, Florida.


Faculty & Staff - Riviera Schools

www.rivieraschools.com [cached]

Mr. Patrick Snay
Headmaster


Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A. Miami Employee Discrimination Lawyer

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few years prior, 69 year old Patrick Snay, who was the head of the Gulliver Preparatory School, filed a complaint about age discrimination after his contract for the 2010 to 2011 school season was not renewed.
In November of 2011, Snay came to an agreement with the school that would see him paid $10,000 in back pay plus an additional $80,000 settlement. The Gulliver Schools also agreed to pay $60,000 toward Snay's attorney fees.However, before things were made official, Snay's daughter went on Facebook and made a boasting post that read, "Mama and Papa Snay won the case against Gulliver. Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT. Patrick Snay's daughter posted her message to as many as 1,200 followers on Facebook. Unfortunately, this included many individuals who are current and former students of Gulliver. News of the post spread rapidly, eventually making its way to officials of the school. n mere days, the school sent a letter to Snay's lawyers that stated that he had broken a confidentiality agreement. Furthermore, the letter said that as a result, he would not be receiving his settlement of $80,000. The agreement specifically stated that Snay and his wife were not permitted to discuss the settlement with anyone other than their attorneys and other advisors. Following the incident, Snay filed a motion to enforce the settlement. He won in a ruling at a Circuit Court and the school appealed afterward. A hearing was also held to determine whether his daughter's knowledge of the settlement and her post on Facebook had violated the terms of its confidentiality. atrick Snay explained that he and his wife had discussed what to tell their daughter after the settlement. They ended up deciding to tell her what was going on because she was a big part of what had happened. Snay elaborated that his daughter was retaliated against at the Gulliver School and that she had scars that forced him to seek therapy for her. However, the Third District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida decided that Snay had indeed violated the confidentiality agreement of the settlement and reversed the decision of the Circuit Court. This means that Snay will not receive the $80,000 he was promised. At this time, Snay is the headmaster of the Riviera Preparatory School in Coral Gabes.


www.parentnook.com

According to the Miami Herald, Patrick Snay, 69, was the headmaster at Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami for several years, but in 2010, the school didn't renew his contract.
Snay sued his former employer for age discrimination and won a settlement of $80,000 in November 2011. The agreement contained a standard confidentiality clause, prohibiting Snay or the school from talking about the case. However, Snay's daughter, Dana, now at Boston College and a part-time Starbucks barista, couldn't resist bragging about the case on Facebook. "Mama and Papa Snay won the case against Gulliver," she wrote. "Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT." More on Yahoo Shine: Teen Hit With $6,000 Bill After Using Facebook During NYC Vacation Dana has 1,200 Facebook friends, many of whom are current and former Gulliver students, and news of the post made its way back to the school's lawyers, who appealed the verdict. The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out the $80,000 settlement earlier this week. "Snay violated the agreement by doing exactly what he had promised not to do," Judge Linda Ann Wells wrote. According to depositions obtained by the Miami Herald, Snay argued that he needed to share the news with his daughter because she suffered "psychological scars" from her time at the school and besides, she knew her parents were in mediation. "We knew what the restrictions were, yet we needed to tell her something," he said. Snay is now headmaster at Riviera Preparatory Academy in Coral Gables. He is allowed to file a motion for rehearing and also appeal to the Florida Supreme Court.


Email and Facebook Quips!

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According to the Miami Herald, Patrick Snay, 69, was the headmaster at Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami for several years, but in 2010, the school didn't renew his contract.
Snay sued his former employer for age discrimination and won a settlement of $80,000 in November 2011. The agreement contained a standard confidentiality clause, prohibiting Snay or the school from talking about the case. However, Snay's daughter, Dana, now at Boston College and a part-time Starbucks barista, couldn't resist bragging about the case on Facebook. "Mama and Papa Snay won the case against Gulliver," she wrote. "Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT." Dana has 1,200 Facebook friends, many of whom are current and former Gulliver students, and news of the post made its way back to the school's lawyers, who appealed the verdict. The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out the $80,000 settlement earlier this week. "Snay violated the agreement by doing exactly what he had promised not to do," Judge Linda Ann Wells wrote. According to depositions obtained by the Miami Herald, Snay argued that he needed to share the news with his daughter because she suffered "psychological scars" from her time at the school and besides, she knew her parents were in mediation. "We knew what the restrictions were, yet we needed to tell her something," he said. Snay is now headmaster at Riviera Preparatory Academy in Coral Gables. He is allowed to file a motion for rehearing and also appeal to the Florida Supreme Court.


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