After a year of New York taxpayers having to deal with COVID-19 and getting some additional time to file, income tax returns for the year 2020 (not on extension) are
Continue Reading Telecommuters Assigned to the NY Location of Their Employer but Working Outside NY Due to the Pandemic May Be Taxed Twice

On April 27, 2021, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held in a two to one decision that a plaintiff seeking to recover damages under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s
Continue Reading Plaintiffs Must Do More Than Allege Willfulness to Sustain FLSA Claim Under Three-Year Limitation

On April 9, 2021, President Biden announced that he intends to nominate Doug Parker as the assistant secretary of labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Continue reading
Continue Reading President Biden Plans to Nominate Chief of Cal/OSHA to Head the Occupational Safety and Health Administration

On March 25, in New Jersey Civil Justice Institute et al. v. Grewal, a New Jersey district court ruled that the Garden State is barred from enforcing a recently
Continue Reading New Jersey District Court Declares NJLAD’s Ban on Employment Arbitration Agreements Preempted by Federal Arbitration Act, Permanently Enjoins Enforcement