Bond Attorneys Author the New York Employment Law Guide for Chambers USA© 2019 Regional Employment Publication
January 23, 2019
The USA: Regional Employment Guide provides in-depth legal commentary on key issues and major trends in 2019 for those global entities seeking to establish or enhance their presence in the United States. Published by Chambers and Partners, the firm regarded by many as the pre-eminent global authority on the legal profession, the Guide covers the important developments in the most significant U.S. jurisdictions.
Michael Bernstein, a senior attorney in Bond's New York City office, was the Contributing Editor and author of the Introduction in this valuable resource. The team of Bond attorneys who authored the New York Employment Law analysis in the Chambers’ Guide, included: Louis P. DiLorenzo, Thomas G. Eron, Howard M. Miller, Thaddeus J. Lewkowicz, Joanna L. Silver, Dennis A. Lalli, and Michael D. Billok.
In his Introduction to the Guide, Mr. Bernstein explains the value of the publication to decision-makers of global business entities and their legal counsel:
“… this Regional Guide also emphasizes what a global entity must understand about the types of disputes that may arise; the different internal and external alternative dispute forums, and other forums in which such disputes might be heard; the options available to the entity either in anticipation of such disputes or once such disputes arise; the types of remedies it might seek or to which it might be exposed; and, to the extent relevant, whether there are any extraterritorial applications of the law that may or must be taken into consideration."
Click here to read the full introduction.
The New York chapter of the Guide covers these topics:
- Current Socio-Economic, Political and Legal Climate in New York; Context Matters
- The Nature and Import of the Employment Relationship
- The Interviewing Process
- Terms of the Employment Relationship
- Termination of the Relationship
- Employment Disputes: Claims, Dispute Resolution Forums, and Relief
- Extraterritorial Application of Law
Click here for the New York chapter of the Guide.