Workplace Discrimination

Our team of dedicated attorneys at Berke-Weiss Law specialize in handling workplace discrimination cases. With years of experience and a proven track record, we are committed to fighting for your rights. Workplace discrimination can take many forms, including disability, gender, age, and race discrimination. Our experienced discrimination attorneys understand the challenges you face when dealing with a hostile work environment. We are here to support you and provide the legal guidance you need. Contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation today.

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Wondering if you have a case? Schedule a consultation with one of our discrimination attorneys in NYC who will provide an honest analysis of your situation. We'll discuss the details, answer your questions, and provide a clear understanding of your legal options.


Seeking recompense for discrimination often involves negotiation with your employer. Our attorneys are skilled in advocating for your rights. We'll communicate directly with your employer's counsel, striving to reach a fair settlement that addresses the discrimination you've faced.


While many cases settle before lawsuits are filed, our workplace discrimination attorneys are prepared to engage in forceful litigation when necessary. Our team has extensive experience representing clients in both state and federal courts. We'll guide you through the litigation process, ensuring you understand what it entails and fighting for a favorable outcome.

Agreement Review

If you've been offered a settlement agreement related to your termination, it's crucial to understand your obligations before signing. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys who will carefully review the agreement with you, explaining the legal implications and protecting your rights.

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April 14, 2023
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is proposing changes to target non-compete clauses in contracts.

Berke-Weiss Law Recognized by Super Lawyers for Legal Excellence in 2022 New York Metro Women's Edition

April 12, 2023
Laurie Berke-Weiss, Alex Berke, and Rosa Aliberti have been selected to the 2022 New York-Metro: Women’s Edition Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.

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Berke-Weiss Law attorneys, Laurie Berke-Weiss, Alex Berke, and Rosa Aliberti, spoke at the EndoFound Global Patient Symposium, commonly referred to as Patient Day, about the legal rights and protections for those with endometriosis.

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Over the last decade, more and more companies have utilized automated tools to aid in hiring, training, retaining. Historically, when practices and technologies are adopted rapidly, the law takes time to catch up and this is no different, with 2023 looking to be a year where companies are going to come under more detailed regulatory and compliance regimes focused on AI.

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Elon Musk mocked a Twitter employee for his disability and lack of clarity regarding job status, highlighting issues disabled workers face in the workplace.

Manhattan District Attorney’s Office Creates the Worker Protection Unit to Prosecute Wage Theft and Other Employee Harassment and Exploitation

March 16, 2023
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Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg Launches Worker Protection Unit and Stolen Wage Fund.

Mid Hudson News on Lawsuit Against the Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse

March 7, 2023
The recent lawsuit filed by Senior Associate Alex Berke on behalf of former Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse (CPCA) employee Christina Tuttle against the agency, its former Executive Director Kimberly Haight, and the board of directors has been making headlines in Poughkeepsie.

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