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Month: July 2018

Understanding a severance agreement

When employment comes to an end, one typically associates this step with retirement. Unfortunately, employees in New York and elsewhere are let go for various reasons. Some of these are perfectly legit and legal reasons. In other cases, an employee might be unlawfully...

Helping you navigate a severance agreement

For most New Yorkers, they understand how difficult it can be to get a job. Thus, one is often focused on keeping a position once obtained. However, this is not always in our control. In some cases, an employee can no longer work in an environment he or she believes...

Trust and age discrimination

When you are applying for a job, or up for a promotion, and don't get it you can have many questions. One question that can cause massive damage is this: “was I passed over because of my age?” Recently, the question above has become a central source of pain for...

Taking action when a patent is infringed

When owning and operating a business, there are many precautions to take into consideration. With regards to intellectual property, companies will take steps to help provide protection. A patent can offer protection; however, it is not a complete safeguard against...