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Employment Law

Experienced and Knowledgeable
Always Available to Speak
Client Satisfaction is Paramount

Experienced and
Knowledgeable

With over three decades combined experience in negotiating and litigating complex employment discrimination and employee rights claims and cases in New York City, the employment attorneys of Risman & Risman, P.C. have zealously and successfully represented their clients.
While a combination of kindness and rigorous preparation may not be the norm for most employment law firms in New York City, it is exactly what clients will find here. We offer unmatched representation and individualized attention to employees who encounter employment law issues in a number of areas.

Always Available
to Speak

Our firm keeps our caseload to a minimum to ensure a focus that is not found at most “assembly line” firms. As such, we are able to provide the attention that most other New York based law firms cannot, and our staff is always available to answer client questions or concerns.

Client Satisfaction
is Paramount

The New York City employment attorneys of Risman & Risman, P.C. have a long history of showing an unyielding commitment to our clients. We pursue our employment discrimination and employee rights cases with an aggressive and passionate zeal, all while achieving praiseworthy results.

Employment Law Blog

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Redefining Workplace Discrimination: How the Muldrow v. City of St. Louis Decision Expands Employee Rights Under Title VII

The recent Supreme Court decision in Muldrow v. City of St. Louis marks a pivotal shift in how job transfer discrimination cases under Title VII …

The New York Court of Appeals Decision Now Empowers Nonresident Applicants in New York Employment Discrimination Cases

In a landmark decision by the New York Court of Appeals, the rights of nonresident employees and job applicants have been significantly bolstered. The court’s …

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