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October 27, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"NYS Division of Human Rights Settlement Conferences and Probable Cause Hearings, Part 3," With Catherine Ostrowski Martin

As Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast host Ari Kwiatkowski likes to say, “Let’s dig in!” In episode 41, the third and final part of  her conversation with Catherine Ostrowski Martin, an attorney with the division, she and Catherine talk about what complainants and employers can expect in the last phase of the process, which is the public hearing. Public, you say? That’s right, anyone who wants to can attend, though in Zoom-times, you need to request the link. If the initial settlement conference hasn’t produced a solution, says Catherine, it’s a months-long process of answering the complaint, having the preliminary conference set, and then having the hearing. Finally, there’s the commissioner’s recommended order, which can include actions and damages. Listen in for more details.

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