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New York City & Dallas Employment Law Blog

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to Retire from Supreme Court
Law Office of The Harman Firm

On January 27, 2022, Justice Stephen G. Breyer formally announced his retirement from the Supreme Court.  Justice Breyer, 83, was appointed to the bench in 1994 by President Bill Clinton. Justice Breyer is currently the oldest member of the Court. After the sudden death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2020, there have been widespread…

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New Payment Laws for Construction Workers
Law Office of The Harman Firm

For years in New York, construction workers struggled to receive proper payment when the failure to pay was traced to a subcontractor.  This struggle was due to the fact that general contractors were not liable for a subcontractor’s failure to provide timely payment, assuming there is no direct relationship between the general contractor and the…

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Vaccination Mandates and Employment Discrimination
Law Office of The Harman Firm

In March 2020, the United States saw a remarkable halt in production; everything from toilet paper to microchips ran into supply issues because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. This halt occurred because Americans could no longer work as much – either because businesses reduced their workforce to accommodate social distancing, or because the reduction in foot…

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Federal Vaccine Mandate for Large Businesses
Law Office of The Harman Firm

In March 2020, COVID-19 changed life in the United States as we knew it. Schools were closed, businesses were shuttered, and unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of lives were lost. With the creation of the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations, many Americans were hopeful that an end to the pandemic was in sight.…

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