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Laura Reznick

Laura Reznick

The Bell Law Group
  • Employment Law, Civil Rights
  • California, New York
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I am a senior associate with the Bell Law Group, PLLC. I graduated cum laude from NYU School of Law in 2013 and am admitted to practice law in New York and California, as well as in the Court of Federal Claims. I represent federal and private sector employees and employers in wage and hour, discrimination, sexual harassment, and other employment disputes. I also counsel employers who want to avoid litigation on compliance with state and federal employment laws.

Prior to joining Bell Law Group in 2019, I completed a fellowship with a large labor union in New York City, clerked for a federal magistrate judge, and worked as a class action litigation associate at a prominent Long Island labor and employment firm, where I helped to recover millions of dollars for thousands of workers for unpaid wages, stolen tips, unlawful deductions from wages, and other violations of state and federal employment laws.

Practice Areas
  • Employment Law
  • Civil Rights
  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of California
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New York
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Senior Associate
The Bell Law Group
New York University School of Law
J.D. (2013)
Honors: Cum laude
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American University
B.A. (2007)
Honors: Magna cum laude with honors
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Professional Associations
Federal Bar Association
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American Bar Association - Labor and Employment Section
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Websites & Blogs
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. NY employer asking me to sign agreement that I am responsible for any damage to equipment, including accidental. Legal?
A: Under New York law, employers are generally not permitted to deduct from employees' pay to cover damage to company property. So even if you sign the agreement, you might have a claim for illegal deductions if your employer ever docks your pay to cover damage.
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Long Island Office
100 Quentin Roosevelt Blvd
Garden City, NY 11530
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