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Labor and Employment

December 27, 2019Steven Adler Authored Article for New Jersey Law Journal on "Overriding Termination and Non-Renewal Provisions in Health Care Industry Employment"

Steven Adler, Co-Chair of the Litigation Department and Co-Chair of the Labor and Employment Department, authored an article for New Jersey Law Journal on "Overriding Termination and Non-Renewal Provisions in Health Care Industry Employment Contracts." To read the full article, click here....

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November 1, 2019Mandelbaum Salsburg Receives High Rankings in Best Law Firms by U.S. News and World Report for 11th Year in a Row

Mandelbaum Salsburg has once again received high rankings in the 2020 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms." The firm received "Metropolitan Tier 1" rankings in Banking and Finance Law, Real Estate Law, and Securitization and Structured Finance Law; "Metropolitan Tier 2" rankings in Commercial Litigation, Family Law, Litigation-Banking & Finance, and Litigation - Real Estate; and "Metropolitan Tier 3" rankings in Corporate Law, Employment Law – Individuals, and Environmental Law. These rankings were determined through Best Lawyers' overall evaluation, which was derived from a combination of feedback from the Firm's clients, the high regard that attorneys in other firms have for Mandelbaum Salsburg attorneys, and information provided by the Firm to Best Lawyers. Best Lawyers is a widely respected peer-review publication and the oldest in the legal profession. A listing in Best Lawyers is widely regarded by both clients and legal professionals alike as a significant honor. If the votes for a firm are positive enough for inclusion in Best Lawyers, that firm must maintain those votes in subsequent polls to remain on the list for each edition. The Firm has received high rankings by Best Lawyers since 2010. In addition, several attorneys in the Firm maintain Best Lawyers' designations for their particular practices and have been so designated for several years....

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September 3, 2019Steven Adler Recently Quoted in an Ivy Exec Article on Non-Competes, NDA's and Restrictive Covenants

Steven Adler, Co-Chair of Mandelbaum Salsburg's Labor and Employment Practice Group was recently quoted in an Ivy Exec article on non-competes, NDA's and Restrictive Covenants and whether you should just sign on the dotted line or not. Steve talks about the current "sellers market" with high demand for talent and the leverage that may afford job seekers in negotiating the terms of their employment. Read what Steve and other experts have to say here....

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September 3, 2019Steven Adler Quoted in an Ivy Exec Article on Noncompetes

Steven Adler, Co-Chair of Mandelbaum Salsburg's Labor and Employment Practice Group was recently quoted in an Ivy Exec article on noncompetes, NDAs and Restrictive Covenants and whether you should just sign on the dotted line or not. Steve talks about the current "sellers market" with high demand for talent and the leverage that may afford job seekers in negotiating the terms of their employment. Read what Steve and other experts have to say here....

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August 20, 2019Gary S. Young Will be Speaking at the World of the Latino Cuisine: Food Products and Beverage Trade Show

Gary S. Young, Member of the Firm's Employment and Labor Law Practice Group, will be speaking at the World of the Latino Cuisine: Food Products and Beverage Trade Show on September 25th at the Meadowlands Expo Center. Gary will be discussing the new laws on sexual harassment in the workplace and what you need to know in this changing environment. Since 1996, Gary has served as the General Counsel for the New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association, and is often called upon to speak on behalf of issues affecting the entire restaurant industry in New Jersey and he is excited to share his knowledge of employment law with show attendees this year....

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June 19, 2019Gary Young Authors Op-Ed Piece for NJBIZ on Salary Scrutiny

Gary Young, a Member in Mandelbaum Salsburg's Corporate and ERISA Practice Groups, explains how employers can ensure that their compensation practices comply with the state's equal pay law in his article featured in NJBIZ. Gary explains how the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act is significantly strengthening protections against employment discrimination by addressing equal pay for women and other protected categories....

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