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- Fired “Without Cause”: Your Rights in New York
- The Anti-Discrimination Laws
- What is a “Constructive Discharge”?
- What is a “Disability”?
- Off-Duty Conduct and Termination
- Nanny Rights: Special Protections for “Domestic Workers” in New York
- Damages in Employment Discrimination Cases
- What is Sexual Harassment?
- Same-Sex Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Harassment by Non-Employee Customers, Clients, and Patrons
- What to Do if You’re Harassed at Work
- What Is A “Hostile Work Environment”?
- What is “Quid Pro Quo” Sexual Harassment?
- Depression as a “Disability” Under the Anti-Discrimination Laws
- Can I Be Fired For Jury Duty?
- The Law of Vacation Pay in New York
- Military Status Discrimination
- Office Holiday Party Pitfalls
- Discrimination Against Victims of Domestic Violence/Sex Offenses/Stalking
- Surviving Summary Judgment: Hostile Work Environment (Sexual Harassment)
Personal Injury Law
- New York Dog Bite Law
- Falling Object Injuries
- Bouncer Assault/Battery
- Cellar Door Injuries
- What Should You Do if You Are in a Car Accident?
- What is a “Notice of Claim”?
- New York City’s “Prior Written Notice” Requirement
- New York City Law Regarding Removal of Snow and Ice
- New York’s “Storm in Progress” Rule