Steve Sack Discusses Employment Discrimination at the Brooklyn Bar Association LGBTQ Committee's Inagural CLE Seminar
Steven Mitchell Sack, "The Employee's Lawyer," was one of the guest speakers at the Brooklyn Bar Association's LGBTQ Committee's inaugural CLE lecture, which was held on March 29. At the lecture, titled "Nuts & Bolts of Litigating LGBT Employment Discrimination Cases," Mr. Sack joined Ezra Cukor of the New York City Commission on Human Rights and employment law attorney Colleen Meenan on the topic of employment discrimination cases and how they should be handled.

"I want everyone to know whether you are gay, straight, over 40, or if you are pregnant, that every firing is negotiable," Mr. Sack said. "It's an area that lawyers frequently overlook. It's not that difficult to do and the bottom line is that, with effort and skill, you can get more money for your client."

This was reported by The Brooklyn Eagle.



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Steven Mitchell Sack, The Employee's Lawyer®,has been enforcing the workplace rights of employees, executives and salespeople for over 35 years. Although employment law is complex and ever-changing, employees now have more legal rights than ever before. As the worker's advocate, Mr. Sack works to educate the workforce on their employee rights and how they may go about protecting those rights in the workplace. The author of 19 books, Mr. Sack is driven to protect workers by providing invaluable job, career, and legal strategies.

Steven Mitchell Sack maintains two law offices in New York; one in Manhattan and one in East Meadow under the philosophy that nothing is more important than a client's needs. The law practice is devoted to severance negotiations of terminated executives, job discrimination lawsuits, contract negotiations, representation of salespeople in breach of contract and commission disputes, class action hour and wage litigation, and general labor law. His comments on job issues have been reported in the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, the Daily News and the New York Post, and he has appeared on Oprah, CNN, Fox News, and Good Day New York.

If you or someone you know is in need of an employment attorney, contact Steven Mitchell Sack at (917) 371-8000 or email him at

Contact attorney Steven Sack if you are or have been:

  • Unemployed, interviewing, or applying for a job
  • An hourly worker owed overtime pay, minimum wage, or tips
  • Sexually harassed on the job
  • Falsely accused of sexual harassment
  • A pregnant worker not being treated fairly
  • A female employee not receiving equal pay
  • Needing advice on FMLA rights and related disability leave-of-absence issues
  • Unfairly denied a promotion, raise or year-end bonus
  • Fired illegally, unfairly, or the victim of wrongful discharge
  • Writing a rebuttal letter to an unfair performance review or PIP warning letter
  • Negotiating a severance package
  • A victim of defamation or an unfair job reference
  • Denied a job due to a restrictive covenant
  • Reviewing or drafting an independent contractor or sales agreement
  • Reviewing, drafting or negotiating a shareholder, executive compensation, or buy-sell agreement
  • Requiring assistance in union arbitration or disciplinary charges
  • Requiring representation with the EEOC or New York City Human Rights Commission
  • Filing a whistleblower claim
  • Requiring representation in arbitration or mediation proceedings
  • Litigating breach-of-contract rights
  • Obtaining employer-paid COBRA and retirement benefits

Workplace Strategies & Advice:

• For more information, please contact attorney Steven Mitchell Sack at 917-371-8000.



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"Mother of all victorie$," 9/17/15.