News, Podcasts, and Mentions: Cordello Law's Impact in the Field of Employment Law
Explore the latest news, podcasts, and articles showcasing the notable contributions of Cordello Law PLLC to the field of employment law. As a trusted authority in employment law matters, I’ve gained recognition for expertise in protecting employee rights, advocating for justice, and shaping the legal landscape. Have a look at some of the appearances, podcast episodes, and media mentions below to discover my impactful endeavors within the realm of employment law.
WXXI's Connections: Discussing the Nuances in Pay Negotiations
Governor Cuomo recently signed into law several bills that enhance workers’ rights. Two of those law prohibit wage differentials based on protected class status and bar employer’s inquiries about an employee’s salary history. I had the opportunity to participate in a conversation with Evan Dawson on WXXI’s Connections discussing pay inequality issues related to local broadcaster’s salary disparity with her male co-host.
Mark's Pizzeria Settlement Change in Class Action Lawsuit
U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan W. Feldman was opposed to the original version of the Mark’s Pizzeria Class Action lawsuit settlement, which account for $566,667 in attorney fees compared to $339,000 going to the workers. The final version of the settlement changes that balance significantly, as reported in the The NY Daily Record.
WXXI Connections with Evan Dawson: Freedom of Speech Protections In the Workplace
Many employees do not know that they have relatively few free speech rights at the workplace. In fact, the First Amendment of the United States Constitution offers very limited protections for employees who want to express themselves at work. I had the opportunity to participate in a conversation with Evan Dawson’s on WXXI’s Connections to discuss the exact limitations on employees’ free speech rights in the workplace.
Home Health Care Workers Must Be Paid Minimum Wage
A Court found that home health care workers who work 24-hour shifts must be paid minimum wage and can proceed with a class action lawsuit. This is great news for the tens of thousands of home health care workers in New York State who take care of elderly and disabled people.
WXXI Connections with Evan Dawson: Google Employee Fired For Race & Gender Criticism
A Google employee was fired from his job for criticizing the company’s hiring practices. I had the opportunity to participate in a conversation with Evan Dawson on WXXI’s Connections discussing the race and gender issues related to the employee’s termination.
WXXI Connections with Evan Dawson: EEOC Finds Probable Cause of Workplace Discrimination
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) recently issued probable cause determinations on behalf of Town of Henrietta employees. The allegations of workplace discrimination stem from actions and comments by the Town Supervisor. I had the opportunity to participate in a conversation with Evan Dawson host of WXXI’s Connections. Below please find the link to listen to the program where I discuss the role the EEOC plays in vindicating workplace rights and the mechanics of filing a complaint with the EEOC. Should you have any questions concerns regarding your workplace rights do not hesitate to contact me directly at 585-857-9684.
Bristol Harbour Resort sued over servers' tips
Cordello Law was featured in the Democrat & Chronicle with regards to a civil suit, filed in Ontario County Supreme Court, alleging that Bristol Harbour Resort, in the town of South Bristol, routinely added a 20 percent service charge on banquet bills but never shared that money with its banquet staff.