Moore Kuehn seeks to hold employers of all kinds liable for violations of state and federal employment laws. These lawsuits can take the form of personal lawsuits or employment class action lawsuits, allowing many employees who were wronged by the same employment law violations to join together in a single lawsuit. Types of employment law cases include workplace discrimination for race, sex, religion or sexual preference, unpaid overtime claims, minimum wage violations, employee misclassification cases, WARN Act violations, and Wage Theft Prevention Act violations, and sexual harassment.
Unique to New York employment law is the ban of mandatory arbitration clauses for sexual harassment claims. Unlike most states, New York contracts requiring arbitration for sexual harassment, except where inconsistent with federal law, will be prohibited, unless such arbitration clauses are contained in a collective bargaining agreement. Any such provision included in a contract is considered null and void. See New York Civil Practice Law and Rules section 7515; https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/CVP/7515.
Moore Kuehn is experienced handling sexual harassment claims and has obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars for claims involving sexual harassment and hostile work environment. Victims of sexual harassment or hostile work environment should contact email@example.com.
Employment and labor law is a complicated field, subject to frequent and significant changes. Labor and employment issues affect the livelihood of employees and the well-being of their entire families. Legal disputes between employees and their employers over various issues often give rise to lawsuits against the employer. This type of case falls under the category of employment practices litigation.
Our New York employment litigation attorneys handle a wide range of employment claims. Employment lawsuits may be based on a variety of issues, including:
In addition to state laws, there are many federal laws governing employee relations. Often referred to an “alphabet soup of employment law,” examples of these federal employment laws include:
Resolving employment practices litigation requires an in-depth understanding of employment laws and regulations and applicable case law, along with skillful case analysis and strategy. Our experienced employment litigation attorneys can negotiate for a full settlement on your behalf. However, if an early resolution is not achieved, we will take your case to trial to fight tenaciously for the outcome and the compensation you deserve.
Our New York attorneys at Moore Kuehn are dedicated advocates for employees who have been wronged by employers. If you have a serious issue with your employer, it may be in your best interests to have an experienced employment practices litigation lawyer by your side. Contact us today to schedule a free and confidential case evaluation.