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Brian L. Greben

Brian Greben’s Answers

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  • What do i need to do?

    Brian’s Answer

    You should have an experienced employment/labor attorney review the complaint and confer with you. There's really no way to give a more specific answer in this kind of public forum.

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  • Is what I’m experiencing considered a hostile work environment?

    Brian’s Answer

    What you are describing does not sound unlawful. There are laws against discrimination, but no laws against being a jerk.

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  • In the separation agreement, can you have a statement saying "after you sign this, you cannot apply to our company ever again"?

    Brian’s Answer

    Yes, you can include provisions in settlement agreements where one party agrees never to apply for a job with the other.

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  • Can my employer take all tips?

    Brian’s Answer

    What you are describing is unlawful. All tips must be distributed to the workers who earned them.

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  • How can I best protect myself during my neighbor's legal dispute with our landlord?

    Brian’s Answer

    There are two key things to keep in mind: 1) you don't need to say anything or make any statement unless you've been served with a valid subpoena; and 2) if that happens, tell the truth.

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  • What type of case do I have against an employer that refuses to pay me and who has likely defrauded employees and investors?

    Brian’s Answer

    The burdens you will have to satisfy are easier in an employment law suit than they would be if you were suing for fraud. And in any event, you may be able to assert claims for both.

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  • Statute of limitations to file a claim for unpaid wages in NYC?

    Brian’s Answer

    Under NY law, the statute of limitations for wage and hour violations is six years. Under federal law, it's sometimes two years, but usually three. Your claims should still be viable.

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  • Can You Make A T-shirt About Kayleigh Mcenany Without Problems Like You Can Do With Trump? Thank You

    Brian’s Answer

    It depends on what it says. You might want to look on Avvo for a lawyer who has more of libel/slander or constitutional law background.

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  • Can I still file taxes while being paid 'under the table'?

    Brian’s Answer

    Your employer probably owes you unpaid wages, an additional amount equal to the unpaid wages, and possibly fines. You should contact an experienced employment/labor attorney to discuss this.

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  • WHAT IS A CONVERSION CASE STATUS MEAN IN CIVIL COURT?

    Brian’s Answer

    "Conversion" is an unauthorized assumption and exercise of the right of ownership over personal property belonging to another to the exclusion of the owner's rights.

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