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  • Navigating the Duty of Loyalty in New York: A Guide for Employers and Employees Photo
    Navigating the Duty of Loyalty in New York: A Guide for Employers and Employees
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    The concept of 'duty of loyalty' in the workplace is critical in shaping the relationship between employers and employees in New York. In this blog post, we’ll explore what the duty of loyalty means in New York and how it impacts both parties in the employment relationship.
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  • Common Concerns and Confusions about Divorce Under New York Law Photo
    Common Concerns and Confusions about Divorce Under New York Law
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    Navigating a divorce in New York, especially amidst the complexities of high-net-worth assets and businesses, can be a challenging journey. Understanding the legal landscape is crucial for professionals and business owners facing a divorce, particularly in their later years, often referred to as a "Gray Divorce." Here, we elucidate six common misconceptions about divorce in New York State to provide clarity and aid in navigating this significant life transition.
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  • The Faithless Servant Doctrine in New York: A Strategic Guide for Employers and Employees Photo
    The Faithless Servant Doctrine in New York: A Strategic Guide for Employers and Employees
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    In New York's intricate employment law landscape, the faithless servant doctrine is a pivotal tool, holding significant implications for both employers and employees. For business leaders and high-income professionals, it offers a robust defense against misconduct. Equally, for conscientious employees, it underscores the importance of loyalty and good faith in their professional conduct.
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  • Intellectual Property and Tenure Disputes in Academia: A Cautionary Tale from CUNY Photo
    Intellectual Property and Tenure Disputes in Academia: A Cautionary Tale from CUNY
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    In the collaborative world of academia, where the free exchange of ideas is foundational, disputes over intellectual property (IP) rights can unexpectedly sour relationships and careers. The case of Wilder v. Hoiland provides a compelling exploration of such complexities, revealing the delicate balance between collaboration and individual IP rights within higher education settings.
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  • Why Business Litigation Skills Are Increasingly Vital in Modern Divorces Photo
    Why Business Litigation Skills Are Increasingly Vital in Modern Divorces
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
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  • Navigating Legal Landscapes in Closely Held Businesses Photo
    Navigating Legal Landscapes in Closely Held Businesses
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    As a small business owner, whether you're a partner, shareholder, or LLC member, understanding the nuances of a closely held business is crucial for your venture's success.
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  • Professor Francesca Gino's Complaint against Harvard University Photo
    Professor Francesca Gino's Complaint against Harvard University
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    In the realm of academia, the legal complaint filed by Professor Francesca Gino against Harvard University and other defendants presents a compelling case study for faculty members.
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  • As Tenure Termination Appears to be on the Rise, What Do I Need to Know to Protect Myself? Photo
    As Tenure Termination Appears to be on the Rise, What Do I Need to Know to Protect Myself?
    Glennon Law Firm, P.C. ·
    With the landscape of academia shifting beneath our feet, understanding the sanctity of tenure — and how it’s changing — is crucial for educators navigating their careers.
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