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Bruce McBrien

Bruce McBrien

Long Island Employment
  • Employment Law
  • New York
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  • Employment Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
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U. S. District Court - Eastern District
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Education
Wake Forest University
MBA
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Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
J.D.
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Fairfield University
B.S.
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Professional Associations
National Employment Lawyers Association/New York
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Nassau County Bar Association
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Activities: Labor and Employment Committee
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Suffolk County Bar Association
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State Bar of New York  # 5154208
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7 Questions Answered

Q. I was terminated from a county job without being given the chance to refute the allegations from my former employer
A: If you are a state employee you should review your collective bargaining agreement to determine what steps should have been taken prior to your dismissal. It would be best to contact an employment attorney who understands civil service employment law and have them review the agreement with you. Usually an initial consultation is no charge.
Q. Forced to work for a second company for free
A: You should not be working for free. Your employer is required to pay you for every hour worked. You should let you know know what you are being paid per hour and how many hours you work every week. You should speak with an employment attorney to make sure you are being paid properly. A reputable employment attorney will not charge you to listen to you describe your situation.
Q. If appointed in one area, but then taught in another, can I get tenure by estoppel before I am certified in the other?
A: The first question I would ask is if you are a member of a Union. If you are a member of a Union, the answer to your question is probably in your collective bargaining agreement. You should read it carefully or contact a labor attorney to review the agreement.
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140 Fell Court
Suite 305
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Telephone: (631) 406-9799
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