May 14, 2014 - 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM EST

"How New York City Employers Can Avoid Trouble under Mayor de Blasio's New Employment Laws," hosted by Venable LLP

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Venable's New York office
Rockefeller Center 1270 Avenue of the Americas Twenty-Fourth Floor
New York, NY 10020

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s election has brought new requirements for many employers in New York City. During this breakfast briefing, Venable LLP’s labor and employment attorneys will discuss employers’ requirements under several new or recently amended city employment laws and how employers can avoid costly penalties for violations. Covered subjects will include:

  • Mandatory paid sick time for eligible employees pursuant to the New York City Earned Sick Time Act;
  • New accommodations required for pregnant employees under the recent amendments to the New York City Human Rights Law; and
  • New proposed anti-discrimination laws for unpaid interns.

Moderator
Michael J. Volpe, Partner, Venable, LLP

Speakers
Nicholas M. Reiter, Associate, Venable LLP
Raquel O. Alvarenga, Associate, Venable LLP
Natalie A. Phillips, Law Clerk, Venable LLP

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