Marc Rapaport on ABC News regarding the Britney Spears Child Custody Case
“The worst possible position a litigant in a child custody case can be in is when they can’t control their behavior during the case itself. It’s one thing to walk into court with a messy history [and] quite another when you can’t get yourself under control during the proceedings,” said family law attorney Marc Rapaport.
Marinaro v. Greenberg Traurig LLP
We represented Yasmin Marinaro with regard to her claims for discrimination and retaliatory discharge against the law firm of Greenberg Traurig LLP. Ms. Marinaro, who was an executive assistant with the firm, alleged that she was the victim of sexual harassment and retaliation. Related Articles: Lawsuit of the Day: Marinaro v. Greenberg Traurig LLP AboveTheLaw.com;
When Twelve Weeks is Not Enough: FMLA, ADA and NYCHRL
by Marc A. Rapaport, Esq Most plaintiffs’ employment lawyers are all too familiar with the stinginess of the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), both in terms of the substantive protections that it offers, and the damages that it makes available. Like decaffeinated coffee or nonalcoholic beer, the FMLA can, at times, seem a bit too weak
Ready to Punch a Time Clock
by Kristen French Marc A Rapaport Quoted in article on RegisteredRep.com: “They changed [the Fair Labor Standards Act] in a way that was probably thought to be pro-employer,” he says. “Sometimes the language in the law has unintended consequences. It’s amazing how often this occurs,” he says. Read The Full Article
Marc A. Rapaport on Russian television – NTV
New York Employment Attorney Marc Rapaport appeared on the Russian television station NTV to discuss sexual harassment in the workplace.
Ask the Expert: Interview with Marc Rapaport
No Fault Divorce in New York A Fast, Easy and Affordable Way to Get Divorced in the State of New York New York Magazine’s ASK THE EXPERTS divorce column features Marc Rapaport Ask the Expert – Marc Rapaport BY Kate Appleton & E.J. Samson MARC A. RAPAPORT, Divorce Lawyer New York Magazine [NYM]: What time
Lawyers May Instruct on Secret Taping NY ruling could help workers prove claims
(Steve Seidenberg. The National Law Journal. June 5, 2002) – Proving employment discrimination or the existence of a hostile work environment just became easier for plaintiffs. And safer for their counsel. A New York state trial court has ruled that it is ethically proper for attorneys to advise their clients on how to surreptitiously tape-record
Mena v. Key Food Stores Cooperative Inc. et al.
2003 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 231 and New York Law Journal; March 31, 2003 Key Food In this widely-publicized discrimination suit, plaintiffs alleged that obscenities, foul language, racial slurs and epithets directed at women and African Americans were common parlance at the Key Food offices. Approximately one year before this law suit was instituted, our client,
Giray v. Cruey, New York Law Journal
(published in the NY Law Journal on 1/13/2003) Practice Area: Family Outcome: Order directing cancellation of pre-application child support arrears. Description: Despite New York’s statutory prohibitions prohibiting courts from cancelling pre-application child support arrears, our client’s arrears were vacated, in their entirety, based on the Court’s determination that there were extreme and unique circumstances. This
More Employees Come Forward With Information About Alleged Racism at Keyfood
New York-WABC, June 10, 2002) – More workers are coming forward with claims of racial discrimination at the Key Food Store Cooperative after an Eyewitness News Investigation. A new excerpt from a secretly recorded audiotape may show that executives ignored at least one discrimination complaint. The Investigators’ Jim Hoffer brings us this update on his