No. 90-5699.

932 F.2d 1058 (1991)

Abad PEREZ, Appellee, v. Anthony CUCCI, as Mayor of Jersey City and Individually; the City of Jersey City; Glen Cunningham, in his Official Capacities and Individually; Jaime Vazquez, as City Councilman and Individually; the Jersey City Police Department; Walter Adams, as Director of Police and Individually; John Fritz, as Chief of Police and Individually; Frank Victor, as Deputy Chief of Police and Individually; Lieutenant Healy, in his Official Capacity and Individually; Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association; and Benjamin Lopez, as City Business Administrator and Individually; and Frank Lorenzo; and Juan Perez, City of Jersey City, Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

Decided May 17, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph Healy and Raymond Reddington (argued), Jersey City Law Dept., Jersey City, N.J., for appellant City of Jersey City.

Ignacio Perez (argued), Jersey City, N.J., for appellee Perez.

Before BECKER and HUTCHINSON, Circuit Judges, and ATKINS, District Judge.


ATKINS, Senior District Judge.

Defendant/appellant City of Jersey City ("City") appeals the district court's denial of its Rule 60(a)1 Motion to Correct an Order Implementing Amended Judgment in favor of plaintiff/appellee Abad Perez ("Perez").2 The City contends that the part of the order it sought to strike — an award of backpay for a period following Perez' retirement...

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