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Interns: New Anti-Discrimination Protections in NYC

, New York Law Journal

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Francine Esposito and Jeffrey A. Gruen write: With summer fast approaching, spotlights will again focus on issues relating to interns. Employers must ensure that they comply with continuing developments, including new protections against discrimination and harassment, and with the not-so-new, but often disregarded, factors to determine whether interns must be paid for their services.

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Originally appeared in print as Interns: New Anti-Discrimination Protections in New York City

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