I definitely agree with you! I was part of the whole exam#6019 debacle. It is rediculous for our exam to be included in the lawsuit. I know it was mentioned that there isn't anything listed about the appeal....there is. Info on the appeal can be found on the NYC Law Departments website.
There is a press release, it mentioned that within the forecasted 4 years of hiring, the City expects to hire only those who have scored 97 or above on the exam. You also have to figure in those who do not get the residency credit, (trust me there will be alot), those who fail the drug test, the few who fail the CPAT, and the the toughest one of all "the psychological" screening.
If you went through all of this before like I have you know that alot of people are going to be disqualified because of it. Someone who thinks that they are an "ordinary Joe" will find out that they are not so ordinary. Have faith bro! We will fight together when the time comes. For us to be adversely affected by the ruling and then be slapped in the face because we were not allowed to collect in any of the retro-active pay or benefits is outrageous.