press releases

PRNewswire—Outten & Golden LLP
08.25.2016

The New York City office of Outten & Golden is delighted to announce that we are opening our doors in our new location on Monday, August 29th.  Formerly at 3 Park Avenue, the firm will occupy the entire 24th and 25th floors of 685 Third Avenue (at 44th Street).

PRNewswire—Equal Rights Advocates, The Liu Law Firm P.C., Outten & Golden LLP
08.18.2016

Equal Rights Advocates, The Liu Law Firm P.C., Outten & Golden LLP, and our clients, Ellen Seeling and JazzWomen & Girls Advocates, are proud to announce that Jazz at Lincoln Center has formally adopted new selection procedures for regular and substitute members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

outtengolden.com
07.25.2016

A New York state court ruled that information management giants NTT Data, Inc. and Philips Electronics North America Corp. will remain in a class action lawsuit alleging that major job search websites enable employers to illegally post job listings in New York City with blanket bans on applicants with felony convictions, Outten & Golden LLP and co-counsel said today.

PRNewwire—Outten & Golden LLP
05.31.2016

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) faces more allegations from new plaintiffs that it willfully violates federal and state laws when conducting criminal background checks of prospective employees, according to Outten & Golden LLP and a coalition of legal advocates.

PRNewswire—Outten & Golden LLP
05.17.2016

The federal government’s revision of overtime regulations will benefit millions of workers and make overtime protections easier to enforce, attorneys at the national employee rights law firm Outten & Golden LLP said today.

PRNewswire—Outten & Golden LLP
04.27.2016

A new federal class action accuses PricewaterhouseCoopers (“PwC”) of engaging in systemic and pervasive discrimination against older job applicants, the Outten & Golden LLP law firm, AARP Foundation Litigation, and The Liu Law Firm, P.C. said today.

PRNewswire—Outten & Golden LLP
04.27.2016

A new federal lawsuit alleges Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) willfully violates federal and state laws when conducting criminal background checks of prospective employees, says Outten & Golden LLP and a coalition of legal advocates.