We help identify and resolve workplace issues.

Levy Employment Law, LLC attorneys leverage an average of 25 years of legal experience and HR best practices to: 

  • ♦  Conduct workplace investigations as an independent third-party investigator, including concerns of sexual harassment, racism, other forms of harassment/discrimination and retaliation;
  • ♦  Keep your employment policies current;
  • ♦  Provide straightforward legal advice on sensitive subjects;
  • ♦  Develop offer letters and separation agreements; and
  • ♦  Defend charges before administrative agencies for equal employment opportunity and wage and hour issues.

Our focus is internal to your organization, serving clients of all sizes and industries but with particular experience in the fields of financial services, not-for-profits, media and professional and skilled services.

We are registered with the federal System for Award Management as a woman-owned small business. Based in southern Westchester, we serve clients with locations in New York City, Westchester, Connecticut and the greater New York area.

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  • Workplace Investigations: What Is “Bullying”? January 17, 2023 There is a slippery slope between what may be considered sub-optimal or bad management practices, “bullying,” and “harassment.”  When behaviors prompt an employee complaint, workplace investigators need to evaluate where a supervisor’s conduct falls on the spectrum.  That analysis largely turns on an assessment of the target and nature of… Read More...
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