David is an experienced litigation partner. He has served as lead litigation and trial counsel on matters involving business contracts, business torts, executive employment agreements, restrictive covenants, interference with business relationships, fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, employment termination, employment discrimination, real estate valuations and other commercial matters.
We are a New York employer. We had an outside vendor doing our payroll and we recently discovered several of our employees were overpaid three months in a row. Is there anything we can do other than get the employees’ agreement to make a deduction to recoup the overpayments? I seem to recall that many states, California comes to mind, forbid deductions except in very limited circumstances. Answer→
Dorsey is a business law firm with more than 550 attorneys across the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Our lawyers regularly handle every sort of employment matter, litigated and non-litigated. We have extensive, successful trial experience (including class and collective actions), as well as an outstanding record for obtaining summary judgments. Dorsey also has broad experience in advising, counseling, compliance and development, policy handbook review, training and other measures that can greatly reduce the likelihood of litigation or governmental enforcement actions.