New York Employers—Get Ready, Get Set, Go!

By:  Amy Epstein Gluck Last month, both New York State (NYS) and New York City (NYC) passed eleven (11!!) bills requiring private employers with more than fifteen (15) employees to provide greater protections against sexual harassment [...]

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Take A Swing At The Boss – A Risk Management Perspective

In a tongue in cheek post in Above The Law, I provided "5 Reasons Why You Should Not Take A Swing At The Boss – A Risk Management Perspective." However, there was a real takeaway: [...]

Employee or Independent Contractor? That Is the Question

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Big news from California! Yesterday, the Supreme Court of California issued its long-anticipated ruling in Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, S222732. This was breaking news for members of the [...]

Onionhead Must Pay $5.1 Million For Religious Coercion Of Employees

You may well be wondering what Onionhead is. And what it does. Or why it was sued – by the EEOC. Is it a corporate wellness program? A self-improvement workshop? A religion? Well – wonder no more! [...]

We Welcome To Our Fold The New Blog AllThingsERISA By Jewell and Sarah!

It’s very exciting for us to introduce and welcome a new blog to provide readers even greater breadth to our employment law blogs – AllThingsERISA authored by our ERISA/Benefits partners Jewell Lim Esposito and Sarah Ivy. [...]

No, No Manolo! Stick To Shoes!

In my new Above The Law post I noted that Manolo Blahnik, the shoe king, was concerned about giving compliments at work -- he told an interviewer “about how he struggles with knowing ‘what he can say …  I [...]

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”