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January 11, 2011

Added to NYPPL’s sidebar of Lawblogs

Added to NYPPL’s sidebar of Lawblogs

New York City Employment Lawyer has been added to NYPPL's listing of "Links to Other Useful Web Pages".

Focusing on “Employment Law for Attorneys, Employees, and the General Public” and authored by Josh Bernstein, Esq., the Internet address of this LawBlog is: http://jbernsteinpc.com/blog/

Mr. Bernstein's recent posts include the following:

Employee Tip of the Week: Take Your Personal Property With You

Toyota Whistleblower Slammed With $2.6 Million Dollar Arbitration Verdict For Disclosing Confidential Documents

Employee Tip of the Week: Be Direct, and Be Clear

Employee Tip of the Week: Make a Record

The New York City Human Rights Law’s Canon of Liberal Construction

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