NY Employment Attorneys

The legal landscape is constantly changing when it comes to employment rights. Every year new laws are passed and decisions rendered which can affect your rights as a New York employee. BKL uses innovative approaches to the practice of law to ensure the best possible outcomes.

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Brown Kwon & Lam Attorneys

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The New York attorneys at BKL have extensive experience in employment litigation. We have represented both employers and employees in many different types of cases. Our team has worked on hundreds of class and collective action lawsuits involving thousands of employees nationwide. In addition to employment litigation, BKL handles matters involving commercial disputes, defamation, accessibility claims, and construction law.

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Unpaid Wages

Each year, it is estimated that American workers lose between $40 billion and $60 billion to wage theft. That figure dwarfs the approximately $5.5 billion in total losses from burglary, robbery and identity theft, combined.

– Michael De Groote, Deseret News National, June 24, 2014.

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Wage theft can take many forms, including failure to pay the minimum wage or overtime, tip theft, and failing to pay for all hours worked. For workers that are the victims of wage theft, there are federal and state laws designed to protect them.

The attorneys at BKL are here to represent you and bring you justice.

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Discrimination & Harassment

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    Each year, tens of thousands of employment discrimination and harassment lawsuits are filed across the country. Brown Kwon & Lam specializes in these types of cases.

    In recent years, the #metoo movement has shed light on the systemic abuses that pervade employer-employee relations. In New York, there are federal, state, and local laws that protect employees from unlawful harassment and discrimination. To allege a claim for discrimination, you must be a member of a protected class and suffer an adverse employment action as a result of being a member of that protected class.

    ​New York employees may be able to bring claims for discrimination on the basis of their race, national origin, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship status, genetic information, pregnancy, military status, criminal record, or age. Contact Brown Kwon & Lam now if you have been discriminated against.

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    Overtime Wage Violations

    A New York employer is required to pay overtime to employees, at the rate of 1½ times the employee’s regular rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek.

    – New York Department of Labor ( )

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    When you work more than your weekly amount, you expect your employer to compensate you for those hours worked. But when your employer does not provide you your rightfully earned overtime wages, you may need legal assistance.

    The attorneys at BKL are here to represent you and bring you justice.

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