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Understanding the Statute of Limitations for Employment Law Claims in New York

By Bryan Arcé | Published January 18, 2016

Like many types of lawsuits, employment law claims have a statute of limitations for when you can file a lawsuit. The statute of...

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Is Depression Covered Under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

By Bryan Arcé | Published January 10, 2016

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a disability is defined as any physical or mental impairment that limits a major life activity. While...

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Understanding the Noncompete Agreement in Your Severance Package

By Bryan Arcé | Published January 10, 2016

One of the most common parts of a severance package in New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania is a noncompete agreement. By having...

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Philadelphia Transgender Man Sues Giant Food Store for Discrimination

By Bryan Arcé | Published December 1, 2015

The transgender community has come a long way in terms of public acceptance and stigma reduction. Still, there is work to be done for the community. The case...

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New York Times Reports on Discrimination Exposed Through Fake Cover Letters

By Bryan Arcé |

In a shocking piece of research by students at Rutgers and Syracuse University, employers were shown to discriminate against potential...

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Hostile Work Environments and The Whistleblower Protection Act: The Merit Systems Protection Board Rules

By Bryan Arcé | Published October 19, 2015

A hostile work environment is defined as “a work environment which promotes or permits discriminatory behavior towards an employee or class of employees...

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Understanding Hostile Work Environment Law and Retaliation In Philadelphia: Are You Being Treated Illegally?

By Bryan Arcé | Published October 6, 2015

“Hostile work environment” is an often misunderstood term. While unfair, being treated poorly at work is not immediately illegal — so long as the cause...

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Now Dads are Starting to Claim Employment Discrimination in NYC and Across the Country

By Bryan Arcé | Published September 21, 2015

It is a generally accepted fact that women are frequently discriminated against for being working mothers – underpaid, overworked, and denied...

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Resources for Victims of Sexual Harassment in New York City

By Bryan Arcé | Published September 7, 2015

Being a victim of sexual harassment, abuse or assault is a traumatizing and humiliating experience. The stakes are even higher when...

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New York City Sexual Harassment News: Transit Workers Union Official’s Ruling Overturned by Appellate Court

By Bryan Arcé | Published August 24, 2015

In a victory for New York City sexual harassment victims, a panel of five appellate judges has overturned an arbitrator’s ruling that led a...

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Statutes of Limitations for Employees Filing a Sexual Harassment Claim in Philadelphia, PA

By Bryan Arcé | Published August 10, 2015

If you suspect you’ve been a victim of sexual harassment in your Philadelphia workplace, there a few reasons you should pursue legal action right away. First, you want...

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New Jersey Employment Lawsuit Alleges Cop Sent Racist and Homophobic Text Messages

By Bryan Arcé | Published March 19, 2015

Victor “Buddy” Amato, one of New Jersey’s most visible animal control officers, has resigned following a NJ discrimination lawsuit alleging he...

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The Plight of Pregnant Workers Across the Country – and How New Jersey Residents are Affected

By Bryan Arcé | Published March 19, 2015

Pregnancy discrimination is getting more and more media attention lately, thanks to cases like Jamie Cole’s and...

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Federal Judge Allows New Jersey Racial Discrimination Contractor Case Against FAA to Proceed

By Bryan Arcé | Published December 26, 2014

Think contractors don’t have any workplace rights? Think again. Our New Jersey discrimination lawyers are pleased to report that a federal judge...

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Petra Rietschel v. Maimonides Medical Center

By Bryan Arcé | Published July 27, 2014

Petra Rietschel v. Maimonides Medical Center ( New York Appellate Court, 2nd Dep’t ) Labor & Employment law attorney Bryan Arcé successfully...

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Santos v. Brookdale Hospital Medical Center

By Bryan Arcé | Published July 27, 2014

NYLJ, Oct. 19, 2010 (Supreme Ct., Kings Co., September 17, 2010) Click Here for Article N.Y. Supreme Court Justice Mark I. Partnow rejected a motion to dismiss...

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