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New York’s Extends Sunset Provision on 2012 Wage Deduction Law Amendments to 2018

On October 26, 2015, Governor Cuomo signed a bill (A07594) extending the expiration period of the 2012 amendments to New York Labor Law 193 from three years after their effective date (November 6, 2015) to six years after their effective date (November 6, 2018). 

The 2012 amendments expanded the list of permissible deductions that may be made with employee consent.  It also expressly permitted employers to recover an overpayment of wages due to a mathematical or clerical error, and for the repayment of advances of wages, provided certain procedures are followed.

In light of the extension, employers should continue to follow the regulations issued by the Commissioner of Labor in late 2013, codified at 12 NYCRR Part 195.

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Allan Bloom, Litigation Attorney, Proskauer Rose Law Firm
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Allan Bloom is an experienced trial lawyer who represents management in a broad range of employment and labor law matters. He has successfully defended a number of the world’s leading financial services, investment management, technology, consumer products, telecommunications, publishing, insurance, construction, and lodging companies, as well as global law firms and cultural institutions, against claims for unpaid wages, employment discrimination, breach of contract, and wrongful discharge, both at the trial and appellate court levels.

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Carolyn M Dellatore, Labor Employment Attorney, Proskauer Rose law firm
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Carolyn M. Dellatore is an Associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department and a member of the Employment Law Counseling & Training Group, resident in the Newark office. Her practice focuses on the representation and counseling of employers in all areas of employment and labor relations.

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