Hiring an Experienced NYC Criminal Defense Attorney: 8 Questions to Ask

Often the hardest part of having a run-in with the law is finding an experienced criminal defense attorney who you can trust, who will do right by you, and who will be an advocate for [...]

Sexual Assault on Campus; The Realities of the Accused

Sexual Assault on Campus I recently represented a college student accused of sexual assault on campus. While no one would claim sexual invasion, aggression, violation, or assault is not a serious problem,  I believe the procedures [...]

Arbitration Vs. Litigation in the Workplace

Shortly, the U.S. Supreme Court will entertain arguments in three important labor relations cases: National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) v. Murphy Oil, Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, and Ernst & Young LLP v. Morris. The [...]

By |September 13th, 2017|Categories: Commercial Law, Labor Law, Legal Articles|0 Comments

Are You A Teacher in Danger of Losing Your Job?

If you are a teacher in danger of losing your job, NYC Education and Employment Lawyer Joseph Carbonaro is here to help. With extensive experience in education law representing both teachers and school systems, Joe [...]

By |April 7th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Education Law, videos|Tags: , |0 Comments

Am I Being Sexually Harassed At Work? Here Are The Signs

Sometimes, being sexually harassed at work is not the blatant affair that we see on TV or in the movies. Unfortunately, this may mean that even after seeing it dramatized time and time again, we [...]

By |March 24th, 2017|Categories: Employment Law, Sexual Harassment|Tags: , |0 Comments

Welcome to the New Carbonaro Law Website

Welcome to the new Carbonaro Law Website! We are proud to announce that after many months of hard work, Joe Carbonaro is launching a brand new website for Carbonaro Law! The new Carbonaro law website [...]

By |December 1st, 2016|Categories: Blog, Education Law, Employment Law|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Are You Being Sexually Harassed At Work?

You might think that bullying only happens on school playgrounds or over social media, but bullying can occur anywhere, even in your workplace. That continuously rude co-worker or overbearing boss is most likely bullying you, [...]

Can My Employer Fire Me Without Paying Severance Pay?

If you've ever wondered" can my employer fire me without paying severance pay", the short answer is yes, without a doubt, unless you have an employment agreement that requires severance pay or are in a [...]

By |October 8th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Employment Law, Wrongful Termination|Tags: , |0 Comments