Employment & Labor


NY Amends Home Care Worker Minimum Wage
May 19, 2023 | John K. Diviney | John F. Queenan | Jeffrey Ehrhardt | Employment & Labor | Health Services

One of the many new provisions enacted as part of the 2023-2024 New York State Budget was an increase in the minimum wage for home care workers.

Initially, it is important to note that the $1 hourly increase in the minimum wage for home care workers in New York State, slated to take effect October

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The Employment Law Reporter
March 30, 2023 | Kenneth A. Novikoff | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:

  • A federal court in New York has ruled that all five causes of action in an employment discrimination lawsuit brought by a former employee of the New York City Department of Education should be dismissed.
  • The U.S. District Court for the
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The Employment Law Reporter
January 11, 2023 | Kenneth A. Novikoff | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:

  • The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has dismissed claims under Title I, Title II, and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act and claims under the Rehabilitation Act against a non-profit corporation that provides job
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New 2023 Minimum Wages and Minimum Salaries to Take Effect
December 7, 2022 | John K. Diviney | Employment & Labor

Minimum hourly wages for many nonexempt employees and minimum salaries for exempt employees in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are scheduled to increase in 2023. Employers should begin to make plans to ensure that their hourly wages for nonexempt employees, their minimum salaries for exempt employees and their wage hour policies and practices comply

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The Employment Law Reporter
September 29, 2022 | Kenneth A. Novikoff | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:

  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled that Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 affords a faculty member a private right of action against the faculty member’s university for intentional gender-based discrimination.
  • The Second Circuit
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Novikoff’s Employment Law Reporter Published in Employee Relations Law Journal
July 11, 2022 | Employment & Labor

Kenneth A. Novikoff’s Spring issue of the Employment Law Reporter was published in the Employee Relations Law Journal.

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York has granted the defendant’s motion in an employment discrimination lawsuit brought under the federal Rehabilitation Act, finding that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate that he was disabled or

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The Employment Law Reporter
June 22, 2022 | Kenneth A. Novikoff | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:

  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has issued an important decision in a case that presented the question of what a plaintiff asserting employment discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 must allege to
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Novikoff’s Employment Law Reporter Published in Employee Relations Law Journal
April 13, 2022 | Employment & Labor

Kenneth A. Novikoff’s Winter issue of the Employment Law Reporter was published in the Employee Relations Law Journal.

This column discusses a number of recent employment discrimination cases and cases involving complaints stemming from non-competition agreements. All of the decisions analyzed in this column are by New York courts – federal and state. The courts’

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The Employment Law Reporter
April 6, 2022 | Kenneth A. Novikoff | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of Employment Law Reporter Spring 2022:

  • The U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York has granted the defendant’s motion in an employment discrimination lawsuit brought under the federal Rehabilitation Act, finding that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate that he was disabled or considered
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Biden Administration Announces New Policy to Attract and Retain Immigrants in STEM
January 24, 2022 | Henry M. Mascia | Employment & Labor | Immigration

The Biden administration announced a series of administrative changes designed to strengthen the nation’s ability to attract global talent. The changes are also designed to strengthen our economy and technological competitiveness and benefit working people and communities across the country. This bulletin will highlight some of the key changes affecting employers and foreign nationals.

New

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