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WHO'S FOR HORTON?

On April 27, 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court--in the case of AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion --held that California law couldn't invalidate arbitration provisions in consumer contracts, even when those ...
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COGNIS DIDN'T RECOGNIZE ITS RETALIATION

EEOC Retaliation Case Against Cognis to Proceed, Federal Judge Orders Chemical Company Unlawfully Forced Hires to Waive Charge Rights, Federal Agency Charged Chief U.S. District Judge Michael P. ...
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LUCASFILM CHARGED WITH ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

Justice Department Requires Lucasfilm to Stop Entering into Anticompetitive Employee Solicitation Agreements Settlement Preserves Competition for Digital Animation Employees The Department of Justice ...
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TALK ABOUT BEING DISGRUNTLED

After Daniel Farash hired Ashforth Warburg Associates to sell his cooperative apartment, one of the company's sales agents suffered an "emotional breakdown" and apparently damaged the unit during the ...
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HEADHUNTER HUNTS FOR COMMISSION

Daniel N. Arbeeny, a Senior Executive Search Consultant for Kennedy Executive Search, a recruitment firm, had an agreement which provided that he would earn commission for all his placements but, if ...
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NINO FORKS OVER $515,000

ATTORNEY GENERAL CUOMO ANNOUNCES SETTLEMENT WITH NEW YORK CITY RESTAURANT FOR LABOR VIOLATIONS Cuomo Reaches Over $500,000 Settlement with Nino's Positano Ristorante Italiano for Failing to Pay ...
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PICK A NUMBER ...

Edward Bowie worked for St. Cabrini Home, Inc., and claimed that his employer owed him $16,107 in unpaid wages and overtime. Although the Bronx County Civil Court found in Bowie's favor, it only ...
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NEW YORK'S HIGHEST?

Anthony Chiofalo was fired from his position as a New York City Police Department detective when a drug test allegedly revealed he was using marijuana. Chiofalo argued that the results came out ...
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HOW SHAYDIE WAS THIS?

When Shaydie Cammann sued her former employer, Prudential World Homes Realty, on an unpaid brokerage commission, Prudential claimed that its policies and procedures obligated her to assist the company ...
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PHOTOGRAPHER GETS SECOND SHOT

From 1995 through September 2006, Joseph G. Livolsi was employed as a director of photography by FPS Productions, Inc. -- a film and video production company. While associated with FPS, Livolsi ...
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NOT A TROOPER

Right before his probation as a State Trooper was about to end, Karl J. Conboy was told he was out of a job. In response to an administrative proceeding Conboy filed challenging that decision, the ...
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UNEMPLOYED? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Senator Liz Krueger Presents: Unemployment Benefits: What You Need to Know Hear from representatives from the New York State Department of Labor, the Department of Insurance and the National ...
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HOW WOULD YOU DRESS THIS UP?

ATTORNEY GENERAL CUOMO ARRESTS OWNER OF POPULAR NEW YORK CITY CLOTHING STORES FOR CHEATING WORKERS OUT OF $1.5 MILLION Owner of Downtown Stores Charged with Failing to Pay Employees and Falsifying ...
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THIS BILL MAKES SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS SICK

A Bad Bill: INT 1059-2009 Gale Brewer, a City Council Member from the Upper West Side, has introduced INT 1059-2009, a bill that has the potential to be very damaging to small, independent businesses ...
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MEET ME IN ST. LOUIE

Kelli Horton's employment agreement with Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS) provided that all disputes were to be decided in the State of Missouri. When the Dutchess County Supreme Court ...
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AN UNEMPLOYMENT PRO BONO OPPORTUNITY

Claimants Denied Unemployment Benefits: A Pro Bono Opportunity for Hard Times Fordham Law School 140 West 62nd Street New York, NY 10023 McNally Amphitheater Monday, June 22, 2009 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. ...
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FORMER EMPLOYEE: COMPETITOR OR THIEF?

In Fada Int'l Corp. v. Cheung, Fada International sued Rowena Cheung, a former employee, claiming the latter purloined confidential information and used Fada's customer lists to solicit business for a ...
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NO COMP AFTER WORKERS' COMP

After Mario Balamos was injured performing brick-pointing work on an apartment building, he filed a negligence case against the companies responsible for the building's management and maintenance -- ...
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STATE DENIES COP PAY

In Matter of Port Auth. Police Benevolent Assn., Inc. v. Anglin, Barry McCarthy sued New York State and its Local Police and Fire Retirement System (NYSLPFRS) for the recalculation of his "final ...
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BEYOND THE SCOPE?

In Matter of Fernandez v. Commissioner of Labor, Andrea T. Fernandez and the Suffolk County Organization for the Promotion of Education (SCOPE) thought the organization's employees weren't entitled to ...
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WAS HE "UNLAWFULLY EMPLOYED?"

In Smith v. Meridian Tech., Inc. , David Smith sued his former employer, Meridian Technologies (Meridian) when the company interfered with his contract with another employer. As part of his employment ...
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"AT WILL" PROFESSOR TERMINATED

In Trakis v. Manhattanville Coll., Louis Trakis sued Manhattanville College after he was fired for "breach of employment contract, civil rights violations, and defamation." Trakis taught Art at ...
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AT-WILL EMPLOYEES CAN BE TERMINATED AT-WILL

In Smalley v. Dreyfus Corp. , five former at-will employees sued the Dreyfus Corporation for fraudulently inducing them to join and remain with the company under false pretenses. In January of 2001, ...
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GREAT SCOTT, COULDN'T HE KEEP A SECRET?

In Scott v. Beth Israel Medical Center, Inc. , Dr. Norman Scott alleged that his former employer, the Beth Israel Medical Center ("Beth Israel"), had breached an employment contract. When the New York ...
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WHEN'S A "PARTNER," A "PARTNER?"

In D'Esposito v. Gusrae, Kaplan, & Bruno PLLC, James D'Esposito filed suit against the law-firm of Gusrae, Kaplan & Bruno PLLC (GKB) to recover his interest in the entity and for damages based ...
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