A New York City condominium will pay $912,500 to 35 service staff members who claimed they were paid based on their scheduled shifts regardless of the actual time they worked, after a New York federal judge approved the deal…. Brett R. Gallaway of McLaughlin & Stern LLP, who is representing […]
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McLaughlin & Stern Partner Mollie Lustig will be speaking at the upcoming NJ Cannabis Insider Spring Conference, scheduled for March 16, 2022. Our firm is also sponsoring the conference. While VIP registration for the event is already sold out, general admission tickets remain available. You can use the discount code […]
March 16, 2022 NJ Cannabis Insider Spring Conference Discount code: Lustig10 for 10% off the General Admission ticket. April 28, 2022 New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the New Jersey State Bar Association, Cannabis Law Special Committee 4th ANNUAL CANNABIS SYMPOSIUM THURSDAY, April 28, 2022 9:00 a.m. to […]
Artist Says Law School Hiding Murals Will Hurt His Reputation – Law360 Law360 (March 7, 2022, 3:27 PM EST) — The decision by the Vermont Law School to hide murals depicting scenes of American slavery behind walls hurts the creator’s reputation and should be viewed as an impermissible “modification” of the work […]
Partner Christian Browne Quoted In Newsday Regarding the “Automatic Stay” As It Applies to the Court’s Ruling on the Mask Mandate
Partner Christian Browne was quoted in a Newsday article, “Confusion for LI schools on status of mask mandate after state files appeal of court’s ruling”.