Tag Archives: NYC

Kavanaugh: Rush to judgement… Again?

It seems that the recent confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh echoes the 1991 confirmation hearings of Anita Hill, a then Oklahoma law professor, who almost upended the confirmation of Clarence Thomas. Like Hill, Christine Blasey Ford, 51, at first wanted to keep her allegations confidential but felt a duty to report the… Read more »

Arbitration Agreements: Be Careful What You Sign

What is an arbitration agreement? Well, it is essentially an agreement between an employer and employee to not sue their employer if the company fires him or her for bad reasons or the employee feels discriminated against at work. This meets the employee agreed not to pursue any legal action against your employer in court… Read more »

Immigrant Women Particularly Susceptible to Sexual Harassment in NYC

New York City is a hub of culture mixing, new opportunities, and a chance to start over fresh. Thousands of immigrants come to New York City every year to relocate their families, start a new career path, or get away from violence and strife back home. Tragically, immigrant workers’ rights are often trampled on by… Read more »