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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, Robin Samuel, Kaitlin Thompson

New York’s New Electronic Monitoring Disclosure Law Requires Action Before May

USA - February 2 2022 In early May, private sector employers in New York will face new disclosure requirements for electronic monitoring of employees. Beginning May 7…

Caroline Burnett, Autumn Sharp, Kaitlin Thompson, Harry Valetk

NYC Mandates the Jab for Private Employers | What Employers Need to Know About the Detailed Guidance Unveiled December 15

USA - December 15 2021 On December 15, New York City released guidance on the new private sector COVID-19 vaccine mandate set to take effect on December 27. The new order…

Danielle Lawrence

Top 10 New York Employment Law Updates For 2021/2022

USA - December 14 2021 This year New York employers have had to scramble to keep up with many new employment laws, and next year promises more of the same. The latest: New…

Caroline Burnett, Danielle Lawrence, Autumn Sharp, Dionna Shear, Kaitlin Thompson