This month the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) overturned longstanding law that limited the ability of an employer to exclude non-employees from promoting union activity in the employer’s public spaces. The underlying scenario had non-employees promoting union...read more
This week, the New York Senate and Assembly passed a bill that calls for major expansion of New York State laws protecting employees. We expect that the Governor will soon sign the bill into law. Here’s what employers need to know: The New York State Human Rights law...read more
New York’s Primary Election is right around the corner on June 25,2019. There are primary contests in Erie County as well as in several surrounding suburbs. Are you prepared to comply with the most recent changes to New York Election Law? Here’s what you need to...read more
On June 3, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court held that first filing a charge with the EEOC is not a jurisdictional requirement for a claimant to pursue her case in federal district court. Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act makes it unlawful for employers to...read more
Executive Order 13496 requires most federal contractors and subcontractors to conspicuously post a notice about their employees’ rights under federal labor laws. This notice was updated by the federal Department of Labor on May 16, 2019. Employers can find the latest...read more
The Coppola Firm is pleased to announce the first of its kind in Upstate New York: online sexual harassment prevention training by licensed attorneys. Recognizing that businesses of all sizes, particularly small businesses, struggle to implement NYS-required sexual...read more
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