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Recent Trends & Developments in Employment, Labor & Benefits Law

Employment Matters Monthly

January 2016

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A Note from the Editors

Happy New Year! We are pleased to bring you another installment of Employment Matters Monthly, where we share recent blog posts and other content covering the latest employment law topics. We also want to remind you that our Second Annual Workplace Law Summit is quickly approaching, and will take place on January 28, 2016 in midtown Manhattan. This dynamic event will feature Commissioner Carmelyn P. Malalis speaking about New York City’s new discrimination laws and the Commission’s recent initiatives. It will also offer various segments on the most important issues facing senior executives, HR professionals, and in-house counsel as they enter 2016: wage and hour issues, leave management, handbooks, the ACA, and more. You can get the full details here. You can also subscribe to our Employment Matters blog here. If you have any questions, please contact us or one of our team’s attorneys.


Michael S. Arnold

Michael Arnold, Member,
Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice




David Barmak

David Barmak, Chair,
Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice







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