Newsday’s personal finance columnist quotes Kevin Mintzer’s advice for employees who have recently been fired. Mr. Mintzer gives suggestions for what to do when an employer is not being truthful with the Department of Labor. Click here to read more.
Our cases are regularly covered in the media. When seeking expertise from a New York employment attorney, journalists also call on Kevin Mintzer to comment on matters involving employment law, discrimination in the workplace, sexual harassment, and sexual assault, among other topics. Our recent media appearances include the following:
The New York Daily News quotes Kevin Mintzer regarding the inappropriate ways that some employers dismiss their employees. Mr. Mintzer explains that while a firing can be morally wrong or unfair, it does not necessarily support a legal claim by the dismissed employee. Click here to read more.
Renowned Daily News columnist Mike Lupica calls on NBA Commission David Stern to take action against Isiah Thomas and James Dolan following the jury’s verdict in favor of Anucha Browne Sanders, the former Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Operations for the New York Knicks. Mr. Lupica quotes Kevin Mintzer regarding the critical importance of enforcing the anti-retaliation laws, which protect employees who have complained of discrimination or sexual harassment. Click here to read more.
Anucha Browne Sanders and Kevin Mintzer participated in a lengthy television interview regarding Ms. Browne Sanders’ victory in Anucha Browne Sanders v. Madison Square Garden (MSG), Isiah Thomas and James Dolan, the landmark sexual harassment and retaliation case.
Watch Anucha Browne Sanders’s and Kevin Mintzer’s national television appearance the morning after a jury awarded Ms. Browne Sanders $11.6 million in damages in her sexual harassment case involving the New York Knicks.
Mike Lupica’s front-page report on the jury’s verdict in Browne Sanders v. MSG, Isiah Thomas and James Dolan. After the victory, Mr. Lupica wrote that lawyers like Kevin Mintzer “have fought this fight before and will fight it again.” Click here to read more.
The Times writes about key testimony in Anucha Browne Sanders’ sexual harassment case, including reporting of Kevin Mintzer’s questioning of a witness whose testimony contradicted Madison Square Garden Chairman James Dolan on the central issue of why Ms. Browne Sanders was fired from her position with the New York Knicks. Click here to read more.