Pay Frequency Violations

By: Kyla Miller and Michael Afar

Last week, the financial world was upset by the seizure and shut down by regulators of two regional banks — Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. With almost no warning, employers went from a position of high liquidity to one where their deposits were frozen. As depositors of those banks feared for the money

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By: Robert S. Whitman and Kyle D. Winnick

Seyfarth Synopsis: Federal courts within the Second Circuit have held that merely alleging a pay frequency violation under New York Labor Law § 191 is insufficient for standing under Article III of the United States Constitution. Could this be the tool to end the current onslaught of late-pay claims?

Section 191(1)(a)(i)

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