Employment, Labor and Benefits Advisory: Broad Interpretations of Human Rights Law May Increase Discrimination Exposure for New York City Employers

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Two recent decisions may affect an employer’s potential exposure under the New York City Human Rights Law (“NYCHRL”), which, like its state and federal counterparts, prohibits discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Both decisions potentially increase New York City employers’ exposure for claims of discrimination and harassment by making it easier for an employee to prevail on a claim under the NYCHRL.

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