Condominium or co-op? This distinction, familiar to purchasers of New York City real estate, was recently the basis for a notable decision in New York Labor Law jurisprudence. This week the New York Court of Appeals clarified the meaning of the term “owner” in Labor Law § 241(6). In Guryev v. Tomchinsky, it held that…Read More Condominium & Related Entities Were Not Labor Law § 241(6) “Owners”
Seems like a straightforward question, right? It’s the boss, the head honcho, the big cheese, the person who tells you what to do and (in some cases) is the subject of social media ranting. However, the question is not so clear under federal anti-discrimination law, as illustrated by a case before the U.S. Supreme Court.…Read More Who Is A “Supervisor”?