Duty to WARN

New York's law on plant closings arrives in timely fashion.

, New York Law Journal

Allan S. Bloom, a partner at Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, writes: Most employers planning or implementing large-scale reductions in force already are considering whether those actions potentially trigger liability under the U.S. WARN Act. The New York State WARN Act does not require a materially different legal analysis, but it will apply to a broader scope of force reductions. Both management-side counsel and practitioners representing individuals are well-advised to review the New York WARN Act and its emergency/proposed interpretive regulations.

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