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James M. Steinberg Litigates for Labor
Features, Law and Politics, New York

James M. Steinberg Litigates for Labor

New York, NY – James M. Steinberg, managing partner at the law firm Brady McGuire & Steinberg, P.C., has spent his entire career litigating on behalf of labor. His involvement in the field began early on, while in his last year of law school at St. John’s, when he worked for an attorney on union…

‘Buzzing’ About Corporate Greed
Blue Collar Buzz, Multimedia, New York

‘Buzzing’ About Corporate Greed

New York, NY – On last night’s episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, we heard four instances where corporate greed continues to tear down the lives of working men & women — and the rest of the nation with them. [Listen Here] What else do you call it but ugly, naked greed when efforts to…

Utica Veterans Housing Project Underway
Building Trades, Features, New York

Utica Veterans Housing Project Underway

A $3.2 million Central New York Veterans Outreach Housing Project in Utica is new under construction.  Once complete, the project will provide 17 units of supportive housing for homeless veterans. The housing project is part of the second phase of the Governor’s $20 billion five-year plan to create or preserve more than 110,000 affordable and 6,000…

NYS Governor Involved in IBEW-Spectrum Dispute
Building Trades, Features, New York

NYS Governor Involved in IBEW-Spectrum Dispute

NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo has stepped into the line of fire in a six month labor dispute between IBEW Local 3 and Charter Communications/Spectrum. The workers, who are members of IBEW Local 3, were formerly employed by Time Warner Cable before the purchase by Charter, and have been working under an expired agreement.  Governor Andrew…

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