Corbin counsels clients and litigates all types of employment disputes before federal and state courts. He has experience handling all stages of the litigation process and resolving disputes through mediations and settlements. His practice also encompasses negotiating and drafting employment and separation agreements; advising clients on compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws; and conducting internal investigations.
Prior to joining Mintz, Corbin was an assistant corporation counsel within the Labor and Employment Law Division of the New York City Law Department. In that role, he represented the city, its agencies, and its management employees in litigation and handled a broad range of employment matters.
While attending law school, Corbin served as a student legislative counsel with BU Law’s Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic. He also had summer fellowships in Washington, DC, with the Office of Legal Counsel at the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a public affairs firm. Additionally, he was an extern with the Boston Regional Solicitor’s Office of the US Department of Labor and the Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General.
In law school, Corbin served as managing editor of the American Journal of Law & Medicine and as a director of the J. Newton Esdaile Appellate Moot Court Program. He was also co-president of the Public Interest Project and treasurer of OutLaw, the school’s LGBTQIA+ student organization.
- Boston University School of Law (JD)
- University of Oklahoma (BA)
Recognition & Awards
- Dean's Award for E-Discovery Law, Boston University School of Law (2014)
- Homer Albers Prize Moot Court Competition (2014)
- Member, New York City Bar Association
- Member, The LGBT Bar Association of New York (LeGaL)
News & Press
March 16, 2021 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Brie Kluytenaar
March 12, 2021 | Webinar | By Michael Arnold, David Barmak, Jessica Catlow, Micha Mitch Danzig, Geri Haight, Andrew Matzkin, David Lagasse, O'Kelly E. McWilliams, III, Jennifer Rubin, Tyrone Thomas, Alexander Hecht, Danielle Bereznay, Jennifer Budoff, Delaney Busch, Corbin Carter, Emma Follansbee, Natalie C. Groot, Paul Huston, Brie Kluytenaar, Brendan Lowd, Audrey Nguyen, Nicole Rivers, Richard Block
February 19, 2021 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Alden Bianchi
February 10, 2021 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold
January 8, 2021 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold
December 28, 2020 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold
New York State Adopts COVID-19 Testing Carve-Out Allowing Travelers to Sidestep the State’s Mandatory 14-Day Quarantine
November 18, 2020 | Blog | By Brie Kluytenaar, Corbin Carter
The new protocol became effective Wednesday, November 4, 2020.
October 23, 2020 | Blog | By Brie Kluytenaar, Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold
These permanent paid sick leave requirements (which differ from the COVID-19 quarantine leave measures that New York State enacted earlier this year) require New York employers to provide all employees with sick leave (which varies based upon the employer’s size), and grant employees the ability to use accrued sick time starting January 1, 2021.
The new guidance issued by New York State provides some clarity on select NYPSL topics, but leaves a number of questions unresolved. We provide a summary of key new information from the guidance for employers below:
Paid Sick Leave Arrives for New York State Employers & New York City Amends Its Own Paid Sick Leave Law
September 30, 2020 | Blog | By Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold
Meanwhile, the New York City Council swiftly passed an updated Sick and Safe Time law to align the City’s law more closely with the New York State sick leave law. But there are some important differences with the State’s sick leave law.
Our full analysis of New York State’s new paid sick leave law can be found here. More information on the City’s updated sick leave law, which also went into effect today, is addressed further below.