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New York City Fast Food Workers Just Declared Independence from At-Will Employment

Posted July 4th, 2021 by in Employment Law.

As of today, July 4, 2021, fast food workers in New York City are free from at-will employment, one of the oldest and least worker-friendly rules in employment law. At-will employment means that an employer can discharge workers at will “for a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason at all.”[1] This rule generally […]

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Class Actions 101: the Xs and Os

Posted December 20th, 2018 by in Class Actions and Collective Actions.

You can learn a lot from a sports blog.  Including, oddly enough, the purposes of class action lawsuits. Last month, while browsing the latest news on one of my favorite sports teams, I unexpectedly came across a dialogue on the NHL concussions lawsuit and settlement. See NHL Players Concussion Injury Litig., No. 14-md-2551 (D. Minn.), […]

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