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The New York Metro area is home to industries that drive the national and global economy – finance, healthcare, professional services, retail, hospitality, fashion and educational services – but is also where you can find every industry in the world represented.

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Companies that are responsible for, and capitalize on, New York’s global position are dependent on the people – employees – who drive an organization’s success. New York presents a challenging environment for employers, providing employees with abundant protections, including broad anti-discrimination protections, leave accommodations, and a high minimum wage. To thrive in New York requires the strength of a law firm that delivers tailored legal advice and representation to employers in every aspect of labor and employment law.

With more than 135 lawyers, Jackson Lewis has one of the largest employment and workplace law practices in the New York Metro area. Founded in New York City in 1958, the firm expanded to White Plains in the 1980s and Long Island in the 1990s to better serve our clients across the entire metro area. Named a 2018 BTI Employment Litigation Powerhouse, our New York practice covers all aspects of labor and employment law. In addition to litigation, our attorneys in the New York Metro region provide clients with advice and counsel in matters involving traditional labor, non-competes/unfair competition, disability management, affirmative action compliance and OFCCP defense, employee benefits, employee privacy, workplace drug and alcohol testing, workplace safety, immigration and international employment.

Our client list includes many of the most prominent domestic and global corporations, featuring hundreds of multinational and private businesses. Approximately 500 new clients join our New York Metro roster each year.

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Inside the Amendments to New York City’s Fair Workweek Law and Earned Sick Leave Law: Deciphering Employers’ Obligation to Accommodate Employees’ Requests for Temporary Schedule Changes

June 28, 2018 - 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM EST
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Preparing for New York State and New York City’s New Sexual Harassment Prevention Mandates: What Hospitality Employers Should Consider Now

May 17, 2018 - 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EST

Credits: Continuing education credit was offered for the live broadcast of this seminar.
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August 8, 2018

New York Steps Closer to Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Use with Creation of Drafting Workgroup

August 8, 2018

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is setting the stage to begin debate over the legalization of marijuana for recreational use during the 2019 Legislative Session. The current marijuana program, restricted to medical marijuana usage, was signed into law in 2014. On August 2, 2018, Governor Cuomo announced the creation of a workgroup to... Read More

August 8, 2018

New York City Commission on Human Rights Issues Mandatory Sexual Harassment Notice and Fact Sheet

August 8, 2018

The New York City Commission on Human Rights has released a fact sheet and mandatory posting consistent with the “Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act.” Effective September 6, 2018, all New York City employers must conspicuously post the anti-sexual harassment rights and responsibilities posting, as well as hand out the fact sheet to new... Read More

July 24, 2018

New York City DCA Issues Guidance on Temporary Schedule Change Amendments to Fair Workweek Law

July 24, 2018

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Office of Labor Policy & Standards has released a mandatory posting, Frequently Asked Questions, and an overview for employers and workers called “What Employers/Workers Need to Know” as guidance on the temporary schedule change provisions of the New York City Fair Workweek Law.... Read More

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