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New York City Council Overrides Mayors Veto; Discrimination Against the Unemployed Now Prohibited in New York City

Moments ago, the New York City Council voted to override Mayor Bloomberg's veto to its new law prohibiting unemployment discrimination.  Our earlier post summarizing the law is here.  We strongly recommend that employers take steps now to position themselves to comply with the law when it goes into effect in 90 days.   

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Michael S. Arnold, Mintz Levin Law Firm, Labor Law Attorney
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Michael represents clients in connection with a variety of complex employment litigation matters, including pretrial, trial, and appellate work; administrative proceedings; and arbitrations and mediations relating to wage and hour, discrimination, noncompete, trade secret, general contract disputes, and other employee-related disputes. 

He regularly advises clients regarding employee performance, retention and separation issues, and compliance with discrimination, wage and hour, family and medical leave, workers’ compensation, disability, and other employment laws and...

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