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Adam D. Friedland is a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department and Labor and Employment Practice Group. He represents clients in a variety of commercial litigation disputes, and counsels on potential litigation risks associated with all aspects of labor and employment law, including wage and hour, discrimination, post-employment restrictive covenant, and related claims.

Adam has successfully represented clients in state and federal court, administrative proceedings, and alternative dispute resolution forums from inception through resolution.

In 2019, the New York State Legislature championed a host of employment laws that strengthen protections for employees.  One of those laws codified new requirements for non-disclosure agreements, which are effective as of October 11, 2019.  To ensure enforceability of non-disclosure provisions, employers must account for the following provisions:
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Notice to employees due September 30, and required contribution withholding begins October 1.

Massachusetts’ Paid Family and Medical Leave program was signed into law in June 2018, and cannot be utilized by employees until January 2021. But by September 30, 2019, employers must notify all covered individuals of the Paid Family and Medical Leave program, and on October 1, 2019, employers must begin payroll deductions for Q2 2019 unless an exemption has been approved.
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