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Monthly Archives: November 2021

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Governor Hochul Pushes For End To Remote Work

By Mansell Law, LLC |

During the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands – if not hundreds of thousands – of employees have changed over to working remotely, primarily for safety reasons. In November 2021, Governor Hochul began to urge New York employers to bring their employees ‘back to the office’ – which, despite her intentions, may cause serious problems for certain… Read More »

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Explaining New York ERISA Claims

By Mansell Law, LLC |

One employment law fact that may shock many workers is that neither federal nor New York state law requires employers to provide any kind of benefits (such as health insurance, workers’ compensation, pensions, and scholarship funds, among others). If an employer chooses to offer benefit plans, however, they must do so in compliance with… Read More »

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Am I Experiencing Disability Discrimination In New York?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

In the last two or three years, so much about the ‘standard’ New York workplace has changed fundamentally. However, as employers adapt and change to a new normal, some things do remain the same – namely, that no worker should be treated differently on account of a disability or the perception of a disability…. Read More »

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Should I Opt Into A Class Action Employment Discrimination Lawsuit?

By Mansell Law, LLC |

Sometimes, employers will adopt a company-wide policy that proves to be discriminatory toward a specific class of people. In this situation, a class action lawsuit will often be the most efficient tool to use in trying to change the workplace. However, the average employee will very often be unsure as to whether they should… Read More »

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