Here’s another reason to have a lawyer review your company’s separation and settlement agreements

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Federal laws,  such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, apply to most U.S. businesses across the country to make it unlawful to discriminate and retaliate against employees. But when resolving claims of discrimination and retaliation, state laws generally come into play.

And not all state laws are alike.

Plus, they may change occasionally.

For example, did you know that earlier in November, New York prohibited liquidated damages provisions in confidential settlements of harassment and discrimination claims?

On November 17, 2023, Governor Hochul signed S4516, which created more guardrails about what companies may include in

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