In Griffin v. Sirva, Inc., the New York Court of Appeals held that while only “employers” may be liable for criminal conviction history discrimination under Section 296(15) of the New York State Human Rights Law (“NYSHRL”), a covered employer may extend beyond a worker’s direct employer to also include entities that exercise “order and control” … Continue Reading
On Monday, November 14, 2016, USCIS published the new friendlier I-9 form. Employers must use the new version commencing January 22, 2017, and can continue to use the prior version (dated March 8, 2013) until January 21st . USCIS announced that the “Changes are designed to reduce errors and enhance form completion using a computer”. … Continue Reading
By David Grunblatt and Erica Loomba on Posted in Immigration
Could it really be that an employer is obligated to hire any person in the United States who has employment authorization, even if it is short-term and temporary in nature? That may very well be the case if a finding in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District Court of New York is sustained. … Continue Reading
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