Business Law Blog

Employment Law Blog post – One Strike and You’re Out: Even an Isolated Incident Can Put Employers on the Hook for Hostile Work Environment Claims

By Alex Lee, Esq. Employers take note: Following a recent decision in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, it has now been established that a single racial slur can be sufficient to support a lawsuit for harassment. In Castleberry v. STI Group, the Third Circuit, which maintains jurisdiction over the District of


Business Law Blog post – IRS Releases Streamlined Form 1023-EZ for Small Organizations Seeking 501(c)(3) Status

By Dennis M. Haase, Esq. On July 1, 2014 the Internal Revenue Service issued Form 1023-EZ, a streamlined version of the Form 1023, to make it easier for small organizations to apply for tax exempt status under Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) Section 501(c)(3). Form 1023-EZ, which must be filed electronically, is only three pages long


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