I suggest that you discuss this with an employment attorney who can also review the agreement with you. It is possible that you have a legal cause of action for age discrimination and it is possible that you have other potential claims against your employer. The attorney can advise you on what to do and not do if your employer takes any adverse action. You can also consider contacting the NY Division of Human Rights and other agencies or departments that help employees with employment related...
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Im sorry to hear that this happened to you. I have some questions about this situation. What meeting were you in and where did it take place? Who are the people who attacked you ? Generally speaking if you were attacked this should be a matter for the police or the district attorney. You can sue those who did this for you and the damages that they caused. The court will determine if you will win and how much if anything. If you answer the questions above I can provide additional answers as...
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In New York City a Landlord cant just kick you out. They have to serve you with notices required by law. If you get served with these notices you will have an opportunity to appear in court and provide your defence to the Judge. The only way to legally evict you is if a New York City Marshall serves you with a warrant of eviction . A warrant of eviction has to be issued by the court .