New York City LERA
NYC Workplace and Labor Law Update:
A Look At NYC’s Worker Protection Laws and its Impact on Workplace
April 26, 2022, 6 – 7:30 pm ET
NYC regulatory agencies are charged with administering and/or enforcing municipal workplace laws intended to protect workers across various industries. These laws apply to workers of different socio-economic groups, tackling matters such as pay equity, workplace safety and other worker rights and protection issues. Our panel will address recent enforcement initiatives and its impact on employers, employees and the workplace.
Moderated by Ayanna Blake, Esq., Assistant General Counsel, Physician Affiliate Group of New York, P.C. (“PAGNY”)
JoAnn Kamuf Ward, Esq., is the Deputy Commissioner for Policy and External Affairs at the NYC Commission on Human Rights. Prior to joining the Commission, Kamuf Ward directed the Human Rights in the U.S. Project at the Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute, where she promoted the use of a human rights framework to strengthen racial, gender, and socio-economic justice, and focused on strengthening government accountability. She has written about U.S. human rights policy on Just Security and Politico, and co-authored several law review articles.
Elizabeth Wagoner, Esq., is the Legal Director of the Office of Labor Policy and Standards at the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection. She has worked for worker rights across a range of sectors litigating wage and hour cases, and representing worker centers in advocacy and litigation.
Gregory B. Reilly , Esq., is a Member at Bond Schoeneck & King and has extensive experience representing employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including, wage and hour laws and litigation involving discrimination and other employment issues. Mr. Reilly is an accomplished author and his articles have appeared in publications of the American Bar Association and the New York Law Journal.
Nicole Grunfeld, Esq., is a senior associate at Katz Melinger PLLC, where she represents employees in a range of labor and employment law matters. .
This event will take place remotely via Zoom, and you will receive the Zoom information to join the meeting after you submit your booking. Please keep this information safe, and do not share it in a public space to discourage those who would join only to be disruptive.
There will be 1.5 CLE Credits offered.
Bookings and Pricing
This webinar is compliments of NYC LERA for members and non-members alike! Though registration is complimentary for everyone, we do ask that you complete the booking form below and submit to reserve your seat.
Membership in NYC LERA
Please renew your chapter membership or consider joining at our reduced rates, below, to help us to continue to provide vital content beyond the pandemic. For membership, visit: http://lerachapter.org/nyc/membership-account/membership-levels/.
2021-22 ACADEMIC YEAR, SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP PRICING
Individual Membership: $20.00
Full-time Student Membership: Free
Unemployed Persons: Free
Organizational membership: $100.00
Bookings are closed for this event.