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  • Description
    The implementation of labor and employment law can often be a contentious business, especially given its dynamic nature. Both on a local and federal level, these laws have evolved tremendously over the years and it’s imperative that both employees and employers know their rights. This CLE course will explain the most recent updates to labor and employment law with regards to the paid sick leave laws of New York City, laws governing independent contractors, and employee mis-classification. The New York State unemployment insurance law, workers compensation issues and the use of social media in the workplace will also be discussed and relevant case studies will be presented.
  • Instructor Bio

    Glenn Franklin

    Glenn J. Franklin is a member and managing partner of Franklin, Gringer & Cohen, P.C. He has been representing employers in their labor and employment law matters since his graduation from Hofstra School of Law in 1977. He has had extensive experience in collective bargaining, having successfully negotiated hundreds of contracts on behalf of management. The secrets to Glenn’s success as a negotiator are his perseverance, his communication skills, and the credibility that he has established with his counterparts across the negotiating table. Glenn also handles cases with governmental agencies, including the United States and New York State Departments of Labor concerning overtime and other wage disputes, as well as with OSHA regarding safety issues.


    Jasmine Patel

    Jasmine Y. Patel is an associate at Franklin, Gringer & Cohen, P.C. Jasmine primarily focuses her practice on labor and employment law. She has experience in counseling management and human resource professionals on varied labor and employment law issues, as well as litigating labor and employment law matters before federal and state courts and various administrative agencies.

    Jasmine is a graduate of Rutgers University and is also a graduate of Hofstra School of Law, where she was a member of the Journal of International Business and Law and the Moot Court Board. She is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.