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N.Y. Human Rights Act amendment raises discrimination stakes

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources

Somehow, despite this summer’s fight over whether Democrats or Republicans controlled the New York State Legislature, members of the Assembly and Senate and Gov. David Paterson found time to amend the New York State Human Rights Law. Effective July 6, 2009, the law expanded the application of civil fines and penalties in cases of employment discrimination occurring on or after that date. The change means the stakes for making an employment law mistake have dramatically risen.

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