Port Attorney states "Preliminary review shows that basis of claim is incorrect"
GUAM - The Port's legal counsel is currently reviewing a three million dollar government claim that was filed last week by former Port marketing administrator Bernadette Stern Meno's husband, Anthony. As we reported, Anthony Meno alleges that the Port violated his son's privacy and illegally published private medical information about his minor son when it issued adverse action against his wife and six other port workers.
The agency's legal counsel Mike Phillips tells KUAM that based on a preliminary review quote "there is no basis for the claim."
Phillips added, "We will of course ensure we completely investigate any such claim before the port with a legal opinion."
Under the Government Claims Act, the Port has up to six months to investigate and respond it if chooses.