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When a News Agency Limits a Journalist’s Freedom to Write

It's kind of ironic that a news agency--which depends on the freedoms granted in the Constitution--would restrict a former employee's ability to make a living on the pretense of "protecting trade secrets" and other kinds of confidential information that the…
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Employers Must Make Employee Salaries Public, if EEOC Rules Are Passed

EEOC to Employers: Make Salaries Public Among Men and Women In this article we discuss the bold move by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that recently proposed new rules requiring employers to make public the salaries of their employees…
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Queens, NY Nonprofit Closes, Leaving Employees Holding the Bag with Unpaid Wages

Unpaid wages at Queens, New York nonprofit leaves employees holding the bag. In the article we propose a better solution to fix the increasing problem. Another Employer Leaves its Workers Holding the Bag A Queens, NY-based non-profit closed its doors…
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Top Ten New York Laws Every Restaurant Server Should Know

New York Employment Lawyers | Liszka Law Firm Take it from a former restaurant industry employee turned employment lawyer, employers in the restaurant and bar industry repeatedly skirt your rights, cutting into your pay. Evidence suggests…
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How Much is My Employment Discrimination Case Worth in NYC?

How Much is My Employment Discrimination Case Worth in NYC? In this article, we give you the tools to answer the question, how much is my employment discrimination case worth in NYC? The worth of your discrimination case depending on…
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New York Disability Discrimination: How to Prove it

New York Disability Discrimination Lawyers | Liszka Law Firm New York Disability Discrimination: How to Prove it In this article we discuss how to prove New York disability discrimination. Proving disability discrimination requires two things: an…
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