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Participants will learn how to obtain a court-ordered name change for transgender New York residents. Without a legal name and gender change, transgender people are forced to use ID that doesn’t match who they are. This creates barriers to accessing employment, housing and education. But many transgender people are not able to make it through the name change process on their own.
Noah Lewis, Esq., Founder & Executive Director, Transcend Legal, Jackson Heights
Charlie Arrowood, Esq., Director of Name & Gender Recognition, Transcend Legal, Jackson Heights
Sexual harassment in the workplace is an issue that employees have been facing for decades, and it has recently gained national attention as more women, and men, share their experiences. How an employer handles a complaint – or even a hint – of sexual harassment in the workplace can have major legal and reputational consequences. Failing to act promptly to address issues, or ignoring issues in the workplace, will have severe ramifications.
Regina E. Faul, Esq., Phillips Nizer LLP, New York
Come one come all and be part of the Show as we present “One vs. 100-The Employment Law Episode.” One contestant takes on the “Mob” answering Employment law questions in pursuit of $1,000,000*
Paul F. Millus, Esq., Meyer Suozzi English & Klein, PC, Garden City, Vice-Chair, NCBA Labor & Employment Law Committee
Christopher Marlborough, Esq., Marlborough Law Firm P.C., Melville, Chair, NCBA Labor & Employment Law Committee
Lois Carter Schlissel, Esq., Meyer Suozzi English & Klein, PC, Garden City
Gregory F. Lisi, Esq., Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo et al LLP, Uniondale