The most important thing for an employer should be how well an employee performs. However, this is not always the case. Discrimination is rampant ... Read More
Is Workplace Bullying Illegal?
When you think of bullying, you may think of kids in middle school or high school. Unfortunately, bullying is a behavior that can continue well into ... Read More
What Constitutes Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?
Sexual harassment is an issue that is still plaguing workplaces across the country. Workers should be free to perform their work duties in peace, but ... Read More
What is a Mandatory Arbitration Agreement?
You may have signed a mandatory arbitration agreement with your employer and not even know it. As part of a job offer or bonus, tens of millions of ... Read More
How to Sue for Disability Discrimination
Everyone is allowed the opportunity to work—even those who are disabled. However, some companies discriminate against those who are mentally or ... Read More
Ricotta & Marks Client Awarded $500K from Sexual Harassment Claim
A Brooklyn federal jury has awarded $523,000 to a public-school teacher represented by Ricotta and Marks, P.C. who charged that her principal took ... Read More