Say Goodbye to Non-Competes? A Major Shift in New York Employment is Looming

Posted by Stephen TurmanJul 31, 20230 Comments

Effective August 7, 2023, New York Labor Law § 191-d will prohibit non-compete clauses in employment agreements, significantly altering the state's employment law landscape. Our latest article explores this new law, its implications, and suggests alternative strategies for employers to protect their business interests. We encourage all New York employers to review their agreements and consider new protective measures. For a detailed analysis, check out our full article. #employmentlaw #noncompete #newyorklaw #legalupdates #businessstrategy

The Second Circuit's Nuanced Approach to Workplace Retaliation Claims: Are Your Rights at Risk?

Posted by Stephen TurmanJul 13, 20230 Comments

Over the past six months, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has adopted a more nuanced view of workplace retaliation claims, making it more difficult for employers seeking dismissal of employees' claims. Nevertheless, employers still have the right to take adverse employment actions against employees for legitimate reasons. Employers and employees should be aware of their rights and the legal protections available to them.