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Richard I. Greenberg

Principal
New York

P 212-545-4080
F 212-972-3213
Richard.Greenberg@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Richard Greenberg is a Principal in the New York City, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He advises both unionized and union-free clients on a full-range of labor and employee relations matters.

With respect to traditional labor matters, Mr. Greenberg represents clients in collective bargaining negotiations, labor disputes, grievances and arbitrations, proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, and in state and federal court. Mr. Greenberg also advises clients on the legal aspects of remaining union-free. With respect to employee relations matters, Mr. Greenberg has extensive experience assisting clients in numerous industries with the development and maintenance of personnel policies and personnel infrastructures. In this regard, Mr. Greenberg often works on these issues with clients as business needs and culture change as a result of business transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Greenberg regularly advises clients on compliance with the myriad of federal and state employment laws, including the FMLA, FLSA, ADA, ADEA and WARN, as well as new legal developments impacting labor and employment policies and practices.

Honors and Recognitions

  • Lawyer’s Alliance for New York, Cornerstone Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Legal Services to Non-profits (2011)
The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

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April 24, 2018
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Brian Lewis, Susan Corcoran and Richard Greenberg Author "Massachusetts Adjusts Limits on Criminal History Inquiries"

April 24, 2018

Brian Lewis, Susan Corcoran and Richard Greenberg author "Massachusetts Adjusts Limits on Criminal History Inquiries," published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

March 21, 2018
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Jackson Lewis and Attorneys Recognized by JD Supra's 2018 Readers' Choice Awards

March 21, 2018

WHITE PLAINS, NY (March 21, 2018) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce JD Supra has recognized the firm and three of its attorneys in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards. The Readers’ Choice Awards recognizes top authors and firms that produced content read by C-suite executives, in-... Read More

January 19, 2018
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Richard Greenberg Discusses Employee Meal and Rest Break Laws

January 19, 2018

Richard Greenberg discusses federal and state meal and rest break compliance in "Are Employers Required to Give Workers Meal and Rest Breaks?" published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

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September 14, 2018

New Version of Model FCRA Summary of Rights Released; And You Have One Week to Comply

September 14, 2018

A new model “A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act” disclosure form document was released on September 12, 2018, by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Employers and background check companies should begin using the new form by September 21, 2018. The federal agency responsible for oversight and... Read More

September 5, 2018

Reminder: New York City Employers Must Distribute Fact Sheet, Post Notice on Sexual Harassment Law by Sept. 6

September 5, 2018

Beginning September 6, 2018, all New York City employers must distribute the New York City Commission on Human Rights’ mandatory fact sheet on the “Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act” to all new hires. Employers also may wish to distribute the fact sheet to existing employees, even though that is not expressly required by the law or by... Read More

September 4, 2018

New Delaware Anti-Sexual Harassment Law Includes Notice Distribution, Training Requirements

September 4, 2018

A new Delaware law specifically addresses the prohibition against sexual harassment under the Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act (DDEA), sets an affirmative defense for employers, imposes mandatory notice distribution on employers with at least four employees within the state, and provides anti-sexual harassment training... Read More

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New York City Breakfast Series: Update on Federal, State and Local Developments

October 19, 2018 - 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM EST
180 Remsen Street - Brooklyn Heights, NY
Credits: CLE - Pending, HRCI - Pending, SHRM - Pending
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Preparing for New York Paid Family Leave: Are You Ready?

September 13, 2017 - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST

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Preparing for New York Paid Family Leave: Are You Ready?

September 6, 2017 - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST

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Minimizing Risks When Conducting Employment-Related Background Checks

October 22, 2015 - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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‘Safe Time’ Amendments to New York City Paid Sick Leave Effective May 5, 2018
May 7, 2018

Amendments to the New York City “Earned Safe and Sick Time Act” (ESTA) went into effect on May 5, 2018. Read More

By Richard I. Greenberg, Brian R. DeShannon and Daniel J. Jabobs

Localities and the Salary History Ban: Next Stop, Westchester County, New York
April 17, 2018

New York’s Westchester County is the latest locality to adopt legislation prohibiting employers from asking prior salary histories of a prospective employee. Read More

Are Employers Willing to Risk Getting PAID?
April 11, 2018

Last month, the DOL announced the Payroll Audit Independent Determination program (“PAID”), a self-auditing program designed to encourage employers to uncover and voluntarily report potential minimum wage and overtime violations and avoid the risk of penalties or liquidated damages that would be imposed if the Agency discovered the violat Read More