The Employment Law ReporterApril 27, 2021 |
Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:
- A federal court in New York has dismissed an employment discrimination lawsuit brought by a former employee of the City University of New York.
- Another federal court in New York has rejected a plaintiff’s lawsuit for “sexual disparity,” which the court interpreted as an employment discrimination claim based on gender discrimination or sexual harassment.
- A plaintiff asserting employment discrimination claims against her former employer and related parties must arbitrate those claims rather than litigate them, a federal court has ruled.
- A New York appellate court has upheld a decision enforcing a covenant not to compete stemming from the sale of a law practice.
- A trial court in New York, relying on a noncompete agreement, issued a preliminary injunction enjoining a former member of a limited liability company from providing specified services and from claiming credit for certain work on her website and on her social media.
- After finding triable issues of fact, a New York court has denied a summary judgment motion challenging a noncompete agreement.
- A New York federal court has dismissed a fifth employment discrimination lawsuit filed by a plaintiff who had been fired from his position as an office assistant.
Kenneth A. Novikoff
- Kenneth A. Novikoff