The New York State Sexual Harassment Complaint Hotline (toll-free 1.800.427.2773), authorized by law in early 2022, is now open. . .
Attorneys from Underberg & Kessler LLP were recently named as 2022 Upstate New York “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars.”
The legislation is massive government spending of approximately $740 billion.
Underberg & Kessler is proud to announce that 16 attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®,...
Leah Tarantino Cintineo & Serena M. Compitello have been recognized on the Rochester Business Journal’s 2022 Legal Excellence Awards.
Joshua B. Beisker was chosen to be on The Daily Record’s Power 20 Trusts & Estates Law list for 2022!
One thing I learned about ethics after law school is that ethics in practice can be a bit different than ethics in the classroom.
The DOL released its “Mental Health Conditions and the FMLA Fact Sheet (#280) in May 2022.
New statewide requirements for employers of 4+ employees to include certain information for job openings, promotions, or transfers.
The Biden Administration seems intent on forcing new green deal transition to renewables through massive spike in energy costs.
By law, employers are required to provide employees with an ever-increasing amount of information, policies, notices and acknowledgments...
In June 2021, former Gov. Cuomo approved a law that established minimum staffing levels for nursing homes and required nursing homes to...
Paul F. Keneally was chosen to be on The Daily Record’s Power 20 Labor & Employment Law list for 2022.
NYS Legislature amended its bedrock labor statute to recalibrate statutory protections afforded whistleblowers and would-be whistleblowers.
While the war in Ukraine is being blamed by the Biden Administration, petroleum & natural gas prices were increasing well before Feb. 2022.
Whenever discussing the law governing the payment of overtime to non-exempt employees, we must also discuss federal and state laws.
The current version of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Employment Eligibility Verification form or Form I-9 – is being revised.
The attorney-client privilege is the oldest of the common-law evidentiary privileges.
The designation of COVID-19 as an “airborne infectious disease likely to cause serious harm to the public” was not renewed by the NYSCOH.
NYS further enhanced the laws against sexual and other harassment at work when Governor Hochul signed three new bills into law.