Program That Lets Foreigners Write a Check, and Get a Visa, Draws Scrutiny
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On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Morris Fischer on November 20, 2015
Shortly before Thanksgiving, 20 years ago, I received my first and only bar score from the State of NY. I passed. It’s led to a two decade very satisfactory career. I’m extremely fortunate to be in a profession that I truly love. I’m thankful to all my clients throughout all of these years. You people have made it meaningful and enjoyable. I also thank all of my friends and colleagues for their wonderful encouragement over the years. A big show of gratitude to each and every one of you.
On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in Morris E. Fischer Scholarship Award on September 22, 2015
The Touro Law Center recently awarded third year law student, Harrison Pfeffer, of Queens, NY, the Morris E. Fischer, LLC scholarship in Jewish law studies.
We are very pleased to announce that another one of our cases has made national news with national implications.
On behalf of Morris E. Fischer, LLC posted in on June 29, 2015
The U.S. Supreme Court has well established that many actions in which an employer takes to retaliate against an employee for complaining about discrimination are not actionable. For example, reassigning an employee to a grave yard shift is not actionable, even though it’s morally reprehensible. Perspective clients sometimes ask me, “how could that be the law.”