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Governor Cuomo proposes increased minimum wage and significant changes to New York’s employment law in State of the State address

USA - January 29 2013 Although New York State's recent strict assault weapons ban has garnered the majority of attention from Governor Andrew Cuomo's 2013 legislative...

Aaron Warshaw, Hema Chatlani, Allison E. Ianni.

First Department appellate court reinforces liberal standard for hostile work environment claims under the New York City Human Rights Law

USA - January 29 2013 Hernandez v. Kaisman, No. 10498907 (1st Dep't Dec. 27, 2012): A group of female plaintiffs alleged that the defendant, a doctor who owned and...

Aaron Warshaw, Hema Chatlani, Allison E. Ianni.

E.D.N.Y. rules that private postings on social media relating to plaintiff’s mental state are fair game for discovery

USA - January 29 2013 Reid v. Ingerman Smith LLP, No. 12-CV-0307(ILG-MDG) (E.D.N.Y. Dec. 27, 2012): In a sexual harassment lawsuit where the plaintiff sought emotional...

Aaron Warshaw, Hema Chatlani, Allison E. Ianni.

Employer’s requirement that unpaid interns receive college credit was not an unlawful deduction from wages under New York Labor Law

USA - January 29 2013 Wang v. Hearst Corp., 12-CV-0793 (HB) (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 9, 2013): Like many corporations, Hearst Corporation required that its unpaid interns receive...

Aaron Warshaw, Hema Chatlani, Allison E. Ianni.

New York court holds that extended leave of absence may be a reasonable accommodation under New York City Human Rights Law

USA - January 29 2013 LaCourt v. Shenanigans Knits, Ltd., No. 10239111 (N.Y. Sup. Ct., N.Y. Cty., Nov. 14, 2012): While still employed by defendants, the plaintiff...

Aaron Warshaw, Hema Chatlani, Allison E. Ianni.