The BakerHostetler Quarterly New York Employment Newsletter

Alerts / October 4, 2018

Welcome to the second edition of The BakerHostetler Quarterly New York Employment Law Newsletter. We are pleased to share our analysis of some key employment trends, in-depth discussions regarding recent developments and what to expect looking forward. Please contact Amy J. Traub, whose information is listed at the end of the newsletter, if you have questions or would like additional information on these or other issues as they unfold in the coming months.

In this newsletter, we focus on the following significant developments:

  • #MeToo
  • Protection for Sexual Orientation
  • “No Poach” Clauses
  • Rise of ADA Website Accessibility Class Action Lawsuits
  • Rise in Litigation Under the Defense of Trade Secrets Act
  • NY Guidance on Stop Harassment Law
  • The Temporary Schedule Change Law
  • Lessons Learned With the DCA on NYC’s Earned Safe and Sick Time Act
  • Weed in the Workplace
  • The Gig Economy and Employers Battling Misclassification Claims
  • Massachusetts Noncompete Reform and Paid Family and Medical Leave
  • And More

For updates throughout the year, please visit the Employment Law Spotlight blog and the blogs sponsored by other practice teams, including the Employment Class Action Report blog.

Authorship credit: Amy J. Traub – Editor, Amanda Van Hoose GarofaloFanny A. Ferdman, Saima Z. Sheikh, Shawn N. Butte, Paul Rosenberg and Charles M. Guzak

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