On Thursday, February 14, 2019, the Child Victims Act became law was signed by Governor Cuomo.
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. Attorney Ann Evanko weighs on on why it's important to hire and consult with an employment lawyer for individuals thinking of suing on a complaint of sexual discrimination in this week's U.S. News & World Report.
"Ann Evanko humbled by Jaeckle award" in January 14, 2019 issue of the Buffalo Law Journal.
Attorney Diane Bosse Appointed to NYS Permanent Commission on Access to Justice.
"10 Common Legal Mistakes That Put Employers at Risk"
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. president and managing member will receive the 2019 Edwin F. Jaeckle Award, the highest honor the University at Buffalo School of Law and the UB Law Alumni Association can bestow.
Hurwitz & Fine PC attorneys offered entrepreneurs advice and an overview of what to do legally in getting a business started.
U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers Release 2019 "Best Law Firms" List
Employers: Beware of immigration law hiring trap
"Attorney-Client Privilege on the Ropes—In ‘Sum’ and Substance"
New York's New Sexual Harassment Law: What Employers Need to Know
"Vicious Propensities" with Respect to Establishing Negligence and Defenses to Dog Bite Claims and "Harboring a Dangerous Animal" as it Relates to Property Owner Exposure for Animals (Dogs) Owned/Kept on Property by Tenants.
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Under the final guidance, employers have been given until October 9, 2019 to provide the first training, which is an extension of the previously stated deadline of January 1, 2019.
The Lecture was held at the Robert H. Jackson Courthouse and featured a discussion on freedom of expression.
Home Care Service Providers Beware: Amendments to New York State Law Increase Transparency and Give State Agencies More Control Over Your Business
Recent amendments to New York’s Public Health Law have advanced the State’s agenda of increasing control over Licensed Home Care Services Agencies (LHCSAs), improving the quality and availability of LHCSA services, and decreasing costs to the Medicaid program.
The law takes effect on October 9, 2018 and requires all employers to train their employees by January 1, 2019.
The publication recognizes some of the most-respected Western New York lawyers.
Hurwitz & Fine attorney weighs in on how employers in NYS must comply with new regulations to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Employers should start reviewing the draft model guides and their current policies to determine what revisions are needed to comply with the new legislation and begin developing a training program to ensure they meet the January 1, 2019 deadline for training all employees.
Amber E. Storr was recently appointed to co-chair the Bar Association of Erie County’s Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Committee, in order to bring back a stronger focus on commercial law and commercial litigation.