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Weinick to Give Update on Employment Law

Long Island employment lawyer Matthew Weinick will be presenting a continuing legal education class about appellate decisions relating to employment law, decided in 2017.  The class will take place at the Nassau County Bar Association on September 12, 2017.

Employment Law Meetings

From September through June, the Nassau County Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law committee holds a lunch meeting at the Bar Association in Mineola, New York.  At each meeting, a continuing legal education presentation is given by either a committee or bar association member, or a guest speaker from outside the association.  The meetings allow members to stay abreast of the latest happenings in employment law.  The lunch setting fosters relationship building among Long Island’s employment lawyer community.

Employment Law Update

At the employment law committee’s September meeting, Famighetti & Weinick, PLLC partner, Matthew Weinick, an experienced Long Island employment lawyer, will give a presentation about recent developments in employment law, based on decisions issued by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, which sits in New York.  Weinick will discuss cases decided by the Court which involve labor and employment law issues.

Specifically, Weinick will discuss cases relating to the pleading standard for sexual harassment cases, whether teachers in private instructional centers are exempt from overtime under the FLSA, whether gender discrimination claims brought by principals of Catholic schools are barred by the ministerial exception, and whether a union member’s vulgar posts on Facebook about his supervisor exempt him from coverage under the NLRA.

Long Island Employment Lawyers

If you are not a member of the Nassau County Bar Association, but have questions about these recent employment cases or other questions about employment law, contact a Long Island employment lawyer at Famighetti & Weinick, PLLC at 631-352-0050 or visit our website at

Employment Law update

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