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New York State Nail Salons Come Under Fire For Worker Abuses

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May 21, 2015– On a daily basis, women, and often men, across the City of New York patronize one of 2,000 nail salons in order to treat themselves to grooming at the hands of professional manicurists. The customers, often financially middle and upper class individuals, shell out significant fees for these […]

Domino’s Pizza Latest Franchise To Settle Wage Claims

April 15, 2015– Five owners of a total of 29 Domino’s Pizza stores across New York State have agreed to pay a combined $970,000 in restitution to workers to settle labor violation complaints, Attorney General Scheiderman’s office reported Tuesday.

The violations, in general, involved minimum wage and tip rules and allegations that the subject […]

Amazon Workers Fight For Fair Pay?

October 16, 2014-Most of the American public is familiar with the internet marketplace known as Amazon.com. What most people didn’t know until last week was that Amazon.com employees are required to pass through mandatory security checkpoints, after their shifts. This mandatory protocol often delays their departure from work, by an average of, 30 minutes per […]

Neil H. Greenberg, Esq. Featured in the News

October 9, 2014– Neil H. Greenberg, Esq., was featured in a series of News Stories regarding the firm’s representation of certain Defendants in a high profile, Federal, Employment matter being litigated in New York State. The below intro and link is from the Southampton Press coverage of the ongoing matter:

 

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Executive Order Affects Federal Contractors and Employees

On July 31, 2014 President Obama signed the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order. Essentially, this executive order requires federal government contractors (with contracts valued at more than $500,000) to disclose any labor law violations from the past three years. Furthermore, the order gives regulatory agency additional guidelines on how to past violations should […]

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