Thomas A. Dickerson and Leonard B. Austin, associate justices of the Appellate Division, Second Department, write: The positive trend in the receptivity of New York courts in making our class action
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...working the basement of the Pizza Del defendants using a highly flammable glue to affix aluminum panels to a wooden frame. After a bucket of...
Wendi S. Lazar and Jennifer L. Liu of Outten & Golden write: Since Title VII was enacted in 1964, women have been struggling to find pay and promotion equity across every industry in the United State
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