About Lisa Brauner
Lisa Brauner is employment law counsel to franchises, growing companies and not-for-profit organizations. Lisa concentrates in the area of labor and employment law, representing employers. For more than 20 years, Lisa has represented and advised employers in a broad range of employment law matters in a wide variety of industries to help minimize the risk of litigation, including hiring and termination practices, wage/hour issues (including independent contractor vs. employee; exempt vs. nonexempt from overtime pay laws), FMLA, reasonable accommodation of disabilities, religion, pregnancy, lactation, and domestic violence victims. Ms. Brauner prepares employee policies and handbooks and other employment-related agreements and conducts trainings on preventing unlawful workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Ms. Brauner also conducts investigations of internal complaints of discrimination/harassment and responds to EEOC and other governmental agency charges.
Lisa has been selected as a "SuperLawyer" in labor and employment law in the NY Metro area for consecutive years and as a "Top Female Attorney" in New York for 2015 in SuperLawyers magazine.
Recent Posts by Lisa Brauner
NYC Makes History/"Herstory," Barring Employers from Asking about Salary History
For assistance with conducting audits, and legal review of your documentation, policies, hiring practices and training, please contact Lisa Brauner, Employment Law practice, at 212-889-0575, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overtime Pay Rule Takes Effect December 1, 2016
On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced its final overtime pay rule under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which will take effect on December 1, 2016.