Publications

Employment Contracts May Continue Beyond the Stated Duration

By, Michael A. Siskin Under the laws of New York, it is a long-standing rule "that when, upon the expiration of a contract of employment for a definite term, the employee continues to render the same services as he rendered during the term of the ...

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Reduction in Social Security Benefits: A New Element of Damage in Employment Discrimination Cases

Reduction in Social Security Benefits: A New Element of Damage in Employment Discrimination Cases   By Michael Siskin   Plaintiff’s lawyers are always seeking new theories of damage to enhance awards for their clients.  The Southern ...

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Shareholders and Officers Incurring Debts on Behalf of Corporations Dissolved for Failure to Obey the Tax Law May be Held Liable for Those Debts

By Michael A. Siskin and Richard E. Miller Companies incorporated in the State of New York that fail to file annual corporate tax reports[i] for two consecutive years or pay corporate franchise taxes[ii] owing to New York State for any two years ...

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