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Top 10 New York Employment Law Updates: Closing Out 2022 and Heading Into 2023

USA - January 6 2023 It’s been a demanding year in New York for employers. New York employers have had to continuously pivot to meet obligations under new laws and…

Paul Evans, Danielle Gibbons, Matthew Gorman, Krissy Katzenstein, Kimberly Franko Lower, Adeola Olowude, Remi Omidiji, Blair Robinson, Autumn Sharp, Dionna Shear, Jeffrey Sturgeon

Happy Holidays! Enforcement of New York City’s Automated Employment Decision Tools Law Delayed to April 15, 2023

USA - December 13 2022 The New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) has granted New York City employers a happy holiday, indeed. The Department…

Susan F. Eandi, Paul Evans, Autumn Sharp

New York (Not Just NYC) Employers: Statewide Wage Transparency Law May Be Coming Your Way

USA - June 6 2022 Employers in New York State may soon be required to disclose a salary range in job postings to applicants and employees. New York’s S9427 was just…

Paul Evans, Autumn Sharp

“If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…” Keep These Tips in Mind When Using Nondisparagement Clauses in Settlement Agreements with Employees

USA - May 10 2022 Nondisparagement clauses have long been a staple in settlement agreements between employers and employees as a way to discourage disgruntled…

Michael E. Brewer, Autumn Sharp

Landmark #MeToo Legislation Allows Employees To Pursue Sexual Harassment & Assault Claims In Court, Rather Than Arbitration

USA - February 16 2022 President Biden is expected to sign into law landmark #MeToo legislation, which allows a plaintiff to elect not to arbitrate covered disputes of…

Paul Evans, Krissy Katzenstein, Kimberly Franko Lower, Robin Samuel