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EMPLOYERS

  • Counseled employers on successfully avoiding litigation in cases of discipline and discharge of employees, internal complaints of discrimination, and requests for accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Conducted extensive internal investigations for employers regarding allegations of employee fraud and allegations of sexual harassment.
  • Successfully represented employers in Unemployment Insurance Administrative Law Judge hearings
  • Obtained favorable resolutions for employers in disputes with the New York Workers Compensation State Insurance Fund and the New York Workers Compensation Board
  • Obtained a no probable cause finding for an employer against a charge of age discrimination filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by a former salesperson


EMPLOYEES

  • Obtained settlement payment of all unpaid wages and benefits and attorneys fees for an employee whose employer breached his employment contract
  • Obtained settlement payment equal to 8 months salary and attorneys fees for an employee asserting that she was facing race discrimination
  • Obtained settlement payment equal to 4 months salary and upto 29 months of COBRA for an employee asserting that she was facing disability discrimination
  • Obtained settlement payment equal to one year severance for an employee asserting that she was facing pregnancy discrimination
  • Successfully represented employees in Unemployment Insurance Administrative Law Judge hearings and obtained previously denied benefits
  • Negotiated a favor employment contract for a with his new employer, an engineering consulting firm


TRADE SECRET & RESTRICTIVE COVENANT LITIGATION

  • Obtained favorable settlement for an individual who began her own business and was sued by a former employer for unfair competition, breach of the duty of loyalty, and violating non-competition and confidentiality provisions contained in a handbook.
  • Obtained a favorable settlement for an individual sued by a former employer, who had been her HB1 Visa sponsor, for violation of a restrictive covenant when she accepted a position with the former employer’s client.


COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

  • Obtained summary judgment on claims of breach of fiduciary duty and fraud against former corporate officers

 


The Law Office of Ronald B. Weisenberg is located in NYC, and focuses on the needs and rights of employers and employees, Trade Secret and Restrictive Covenant matters, and Commercial Litigation. His office serves New Jersey, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.



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