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KEEPING YOU INFORMED… Since we are all tired of talking and writing about COVID-19, we will address a different kind of “bug,” the love bug. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, love is on the brain and, probably, in your workplace, even those in which...

KEEPING YOU INFORMED… We are writing to update you on the United States Department of Labor’s (DOL) previously released final rule[*] on determining independent contractor status, which was set to take effect on March 8, 2021.We previously issued a client memorandum[†] on the DOL’s final rule...

Sharon N. Berlin, Esq. and Richard K. Zuckerman, Esq. co-presented on the topic "What’s New in 2020? What You Need to Know About Public Sector Labor and Employment Law" at the New York State Bar Association - Local and State Government Law Section Annual Meeting,...

KEEPING YOU INFORMED… As we advised you in our November 20, 2019 client memo (copy attached), Labor Law § 203-e was recently adopted. It prohibits employers from engaging in discriminatory or retaliatory personnel actions against an employee because of the employee’s or the employee’s dependent’s reproductive...

 Eugene R. Barnosky was selected for inclusion on the New York Super Lawyers list for 2019 in the practice area of schools and education.Sharon N. Berlin was selected for inclusion on the New York Super Lawyers list for 2019 in the practice...