Employment Law

Employment law areas include:

-federal and New York regulations on fair wages
-minimum wages
-employees misclassification
-unpaid wage claims/disputes

-federal and New York regulations on overtime
-exempt employees
-failure to pay for overtime
-overtime pay claims/disputes

-race and color discrimination
-sex discrimination
-pregnancy discrimination
-disability discrimination
-age discrimination
-religious discrimination
-national origin discrimination
-genetic information discrimination
-equal pay
-reverse discrimination

-harassment in the workplace
-sexual harassment
-hostile work environment

-termination based on different kinds of discrimination
-termination related to family and medical leave
-termination related to pregnancy and/or maternity
-whistleblowing retaliation

-employees and independent contractors
-exempt and non-exempt employees
-typical misclassifications

-government contractor fraud
-defense contractor fraud
-violation of GSA contract
-healthcare fraud
-Medicare and Medicaid fraud
-environmental fraud
-whistleblower protection

-firing, demoting or harassing in retaliation
-refusal to hire and denial of promotion
-coercion, intimidation or threat as retaliation practices
-other employment related negative effects such as unjustified negative evaluations, unjustified negative references, increased surveillance
-whistleblower retaliation