Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel at Kraus & Zuchlewski, reviews three cases demonstrating that, notwithstanding the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act and the regulations interpreting it, som
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel to Kraus & Zuchlewski, discusses the stigma of unemployment and the New York City act, which takes effect in mid-June and represents the most assertive legal step taken t
...re just gone." Geoffrey Mort, an attorney at Kraus & Zuchlewski who represents employees, also said he did not expect employers to...
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel at Kraus & Zuchlewski, writes that a majority of the growing number of cases concerning claims by learning disabled individuals involve disputes over what, if any, accomm
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel at Kraus & Zuchlewski, discusses some of the most important ways in which the three major arbitration providers available to parties in New York City differ, including th
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel at Kraus & Zuchlewski, writes that although executives and senior managers are infrequently defendants in faithless servant actions, those who are encompass a fairly wide
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel at Kraus & Zuchlewski, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the district courts in it and elsewhere have grappled with the question of whether "manifest d
Geoffrey A. Mort, counsel to Kraus & Zuchlewski, writes that employment law is no exception to the conclusion reached by many commentators that Iqbal has caused "confusion and disarray among judges a
...modify the awards as to joint and several liability. Kraus & Zuchlewski LLP, New York (Robert D. Kraus of counsel), for appellant....
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