ABGL News & Publications

Lowest Responsible Bidder Testimony

On Wednesday, April 22, 2009, James W. Versocki testified before the New York State Senate Labor committee in support of reform of New York State’s lowest responsible bidder law (General Municipal law section 103). James, testifying on behalf of the Rockland County Building Construction Trades Council, highlighted the need for reform of the definition of… Read more »

James Versocki Appointed to Wage Board

On March 18, 2009, New York State Commissioner of Labor M. Patricia Smith appointed James W. Versocki to be a public representative of the 2009 Wage Board. The 2009 Wage Board, which is appointed pursuant to Section 655 of the New York State Labor Law, is required to review and make recommendations to the Commissioner… Read more »

Marty Glennon is named to the ‘Inaugural Irish Legal 100’ by Irish Magazine

Marty Glennon is named to the inaugural Irish Legal 100 by Irish Magazine. The Legal 100 is comprised of lawyers from all around the country who share a passion for the law and pride in their heritage. For the full article please visit: http://www.irishabroad.com/irishworld/irishamericamag/octnov08/features/legal-100-octnov08-2.asp  

D.A.’s target employers who skirt labor, tax laws

NANUET– Companies that pay workers off the books or miscategorize workers cost the state hundreds of millions of dollars a year, officials speaking at a conference about enforcing New York’s new labor laws said yesterday. The meeting, held at the Comfort Inn on Route 59, was attended by about 60 representatives of state and local… Read more »

LIBN’S “Who’s Who” Features – Robert Archer

In Intellectual Property and Labor Law Friday, 8.Jun.2007 | Source: Long Island Business News Robert M. Archer is a member of Archer, Byington, Glennon and Levine LLP labor and employee benefits practices. As a senior labor attorney of the firm, Archer represents labor clients in the building trades industry in NYS. Archer believes The Pension… Read more »

Plum Island

Ruling OKs Back Pay for Ousted Workers Friday, 5.May.2006 | Source: By:Mitchell Freedman -Newsday A National Labor Relations Board panel in Washington has ruled that nine of 10 workers who were not allowed to return to their jobs on Plum Island following a strike in 2002 were improperly denied reinstatement, and deserve back pay for… Read more »