Workplace Investigations

Being contacted by your employer’s attorney about a workplace investigation can be nerve wracking. Regardless of the reason for the request that you participate in the investigation, call us to discuss your options and what to expect.

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Investigation After a Complaint

Making a complaint about discrimination or harassment is often only the first step in seeing a solution. Employers may be required to investigate your claims, and interviews are sometimes necessary. If you're concerned about participating in an investigation interview, reach out to schedule a consultation for guidance and advice.

Being the Subject of an Investigation

You have options as well as obligations, and working with an attorney at Berke-Weiss Law can help you best and most honestly respond to an interviewer’s questions.

Witness Interviews

If you were a witness or a potential witness to discrimination or harassment, you may be required to be interviewed by an outside investigator. If you’re worried about retaliation for participating, or if you’re just not sure what to expect, speaking with an attorney at Berke-Weiss Law might be the right next step.

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NYC revises ban on the use of AI for employment decisions.

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January 19, 2023
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The FTC is proposing a ban on non-complete clauses in the United States.

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With bipartisan support, the United States Senate passed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act and the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act in December.

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The newly signed Salary Transparency Act will go into effect statewide in September 2023.

Laurie Berke-Weiss on Salary Transparency for The Org

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Attorney Laurie Berke-Weiss on NYC Salary Transparency Law.

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