NY Discrimination Law Expanded to Protect Employee’s Reproductive Health Decisions: Update to Employee Handbooks Required

New York has expanded its protection of employee rights to include an employee's (and their dependent's) right to make decisions concerning their reproductive health.  Specifically, the law prohibits an employer from taking any discriminatory or retaliatory action against an employee because the employee or an employee's dependent has made any health decision relating to their Read More »

Nathan M. Jerauld and Maria C. Zumpano Join Bousquet Holstein

Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Nathan M. Jerauld and Maria C. Zumpano, MBA, CPA have joined the firm. Nathan Jerauld joins the firm’s Litigation Practice group, with a focus on estate litigation. He has extensive experience operating in high-stress environments and delivering tailored analysis of complex issues. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army where he Read More »