Matt welcomes Lourdes Rosado, Bureau Chief, Civil Rights Bureau of the New York Attorney General Office, to discuss her professional background advocating for children’s rights and criminal justice reform, the NYAG's broad ability to investigate and prosecute (both civilly and criminally) employment-related claims, increased collaboration amongst Attorneys General across the country on discrimination-related issues, and Lourdes’ observations regarding specific employment law issues including: "ban the box" criminal conviction discrimination statutes, protecting undocumented workers, various forms of alleged housing discrimination, a potential uptick in sexual harassment claims and wage/hour investigations, protecting LGBT and domestic violence victims' rights, religious accommodations in the workplace and curbing the use of non-competes.

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