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Month: April 2016

Employment dispute and non-competition agreements

  Depending on the line of work a New York employee enters, during the contract negotiation stage of new employment, an employer may present the soon-to-be employee with a non-competition agreement. This agreement is designed to protect the employer from a future...

FIFA still under fire for employee mistreatments

  Many New Yorkers are familiar with the International Federation of Association Football, or FIFA. In 2022, FIFA will play its popular international World Cup tournament in Qatar. During preparations, however, FIFA has come under fire for the deplorable...

Singer Kesha battle continues with producer, label

  Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for abuses of power to occur, whether it is in a personal relationship, in politics or, as what appears to be the issue in singer Kesha's case, in the workplace. Workers throughout New York and across the country are protected...