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The Law Office of Lindy Korn

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At the Law Office of Lindy Korn PLLC, we always ask our clients what they want out of their case. Some seek an apology, training for an individual supervisor, termination of a management employee, compensation, a chance to tell their side of the story to their employer, or psychological counseling for the alleged harasser, to name a few. Whatever your desired result, we can help you get there.

Age Discrimination

Under federal law, it is possible to be subjected to age discrimination if you are an employee over the age of 40.  New York State Human Rights Law has no age limitation.  This means that you could possibly be discriminated against because you are too young.

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Disability Discrimination

The most common form of disability discrimination is called “failure to accommodate.” This is when an individual has a disability means an accommodation to do his or her job but the employer refuses to grant any sort of accommodation at all.

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First Time Workers/Teenagers

The Law Office of Lindy Korn has assisted many first time workers who are put in compromising and illegal situations which can result in termination and emotional turmoil.

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Mediation

A proponent of mediation as a means to resolving conflict, Lindy Korn encourages mediation when appropriate for anyone involved in a workplace conflict.

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National Origin Discrimination

Under New York State and federal laws, employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees on the basis of national origin. National origin discrimination can occur when an employer treats an employee differently because of the employee’s country of origin, ethnicity, or because the employee possesses an accent or characteristics typically associated with a certain part of the world.

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Pregnancy Discrimination

Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees on the basis of pregnancy. Coping with employment discrimination during or following pregnancy can quickly turn what is typically one of the most joyful times in life to one of the most stressful.

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Race Discrimination

Under Title VII, employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees because of their race. This means that employers are not allowed to make employment decisions, either favorable or unfavorable, on the basis of race.

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Religious Discrimination

New York State and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of religion. These laws prohibit employers from making employment decisions based on an employee’s sincerely held religious beliefs.

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Retaliation

Retaliation often exists when an employee makes a complaint about illegal discrimination. In simple terms, retaliation occurs when a person is harmed because they engaged in some sort of “protected activity” under the law.

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Sex Discrimination

Sex discrimination can refer both to disparate treatment and disparate impact. Disparate treatment involves an employer actively treating certain employees differently based on the employee’s sex. Disparate impact involves policies or other rules and behavior that has the effect of resulting in disparate, or unfair, outcomes for employees of a certain sex.

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment pervades many workplaces and can take on many forms. Sexual harassment can include unwanted physical touching or sexual contact, unwelcome sexual advances, comments, or unwanted discussions related to sex.

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