New York Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - New York

New York Business Law and Intellectual Property Attorneys. Experience and Sophistication With a Boutique Firm Approach. The skilled attorneys at Cox Padmore Skolnik & Shakarchy offer experienced representation and strategic guidance to individual...

When I founded my law office, Horton Law PLLC, in Orchard Park, I did so to help employers in New York with common employment and labor issues and disputes. In the past 10 years, I have represented more than 350 employers across many different...

At the Egan Law Firm in New York, New York, we know that an employer's relationship with its employees is its most valuable corporate asset. That is why we have been providing sound legal advice to New York metro employers large and small since...

We love what we do.  We are committed to providing thoughtful legal services.   We pride ourselves in being accessible.  We avoid jargon.  We’re practical.  Focused on corporate and media law, we represent business owners and entertainment...

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