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Counsel Stanley Zator Interviewed on Driverless Cars and Automated Vehicles

Einhorn Harris Counsel and member of the Firm’s Personal Injury Department, Stanley J. Zator, recently interviewed with the Insurance Journal to discuss the new legislation in New York and its impact on the ever-changing technology around driverless cars and automated vehicles. Q&A: How Driverless Car Technology Could Impact New York and Other States,, July 2017  

Employment Law Blog post: New York City Passes Law Prohibiting Employers from Inquiring About Salary History for Prospective Employees

By Alex Lee, Esq. Employers with operations in New York City should take note: The Big Apple has joined a growing list of jurisdictions in which employers are prohibited from inquiring about a prospective employee’s salary history. On May 4, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a bill that makes


Personal Injury Law Blog post – Personal Injury Litigation in the Age of Driverless Cars

By Stanley J. Zator, Esq. Recent technological advances have transformed driverless cars from fantasy to near-reality. The interesting question becomes whether personal injury law can keep pace with our quest for automation. By removing human drivers from the equation, we must give pause to consider how “traditional” notions of negligence suits may shift in terms


Workers’ Compensation Blog post – Should New Jersey’s Uber Drivers Receive Workers’ Compensation Coverage?

By Thomas F. Dorn, Esq. Uber is one of several mobile phone-based transportation companies that advertise for and entice drivers with a promise that they can make additional cash in their spare time. Uber advertises that if you have a car, automobile insurance, a driver’s license and a clean driving record, you can meet Uber’s


Employment Law Blog post – A Cautionary Tale: What you can learn from the sexual harassment allegations at Uber

By Andrew S. Berns, Esq. Many readers may have recently become aware of stories relating to the ride-share giant, Uber and its problems relating to sexual harassment and a potentially pervasive environment at its corporate offices where such behavior may be prevalent.  Despite its progressive policies, upper level management at Uber claims it was caught


Tax Law Blog post – The line between business and personal finance is often blurred. When should you graduate from one-man show to a LLC or S-Corp (or other entity)?

By Gary R. Botwinick, Esq. There is really not a specific rule as to when a self-employed individual should consider incorporating or forming a limited liability company (LLC). However, if the work is expected to continue for more than just a brief period of time, it is worthwhile to consider the factors weighing in favor