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Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Employer Responsible for 6-Year-Old’s Use of Racial Slurs in Discrimination Case

Did you know that Title VII employment discrimination cases can happen even if the perpetrator is merely the 6-year-old grandson of the owner?

That's the lesson from Chapman v. Oakland Living Center, which is a case against an assisted living facility where the owner’s 6-year-old grandson repeatedly used the n-word against a black employee.

The problem for the employer was - why didn't anyone stop him? The boy’s grandfather either knew or should have known about the conduct and failed to sufficiently respond. Yes, there was a spanking and an unsuccessful attempted to elicit an apology, but that wasn't enough.

The lesson here is don't let hostile, bigoted and offensive remarks occur at the workplace, no matter who is saying them. It's never okay, and failure to stop such remarks will result in a discrimination case. Be warned.

Monday, August 15, 2022

Newsy Interview with Andrew Lieb | Understanding The Legal Implications of The Unsealed Documents From The Trump Raid.


Understanding The Legal Implications of The Unsealed Documents From The Trump Raid. Analysis With Constitutional Attorney Andrew Lieb on Newsy Tonight With Chance Seales.

Tuesday, August 02, 2022

NBC NY: Deaf Tenants Battle NYC Landlords In Court Over Living Conditions. Interview with Attorney Andrew Lieb

Residents tried going to management directly, called on their elected leaders and on community organizers and even staged a demonstration outside of their homes. Now Lieb at Law represents the plaintiff filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of deaf and hearing impaired tenants who cannot be alerted by a fire alarm NBC New York investigates the story and interviews Attorney Andrew Lieb.

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

NYC Patch: We Don't Want To Burn To Death' - Deaf NYC Tenants Plea For New Alarms. Interview with Andrew Lieb

Not wanting to die in a fire, tenants in a Manhattan building for the hearing impaired and deaf have filed a class action lawsuit demanding that the landlords and management companies upgrade items like the fire alarm so it vibrates and stops being useless for tenants who can't hear. Interview with Attorney Andrew Lieb on the lawsuit. 

Click Here For Patch Article Here.