Clark Hill Attorney, Jonathan D. Klein, Featured in the Albany Times Union article, “New York professors’ union is target of class action lawsuit” March 2019
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill attorney, Jonathan Klein, was recently featured in the Albany Times article, “New York professors’ union is target of class action lawsuit.” The article discusses how plaintiffs are seeking to recoup fees no longer allowed after the Supreme Court’s Janus decision.
Klein comments, “Unconstitutional agency fees were taken from the paychecks of teachers and professors against their will. This money, taken over multiple years, adds up to significant sums.”
To read the full article, click here.
Jonathan D. Klein provides effective, dedicated representation to clients of all size in federal and state courts and before institutional and ad hoc arbitral tribunals. Jonathan understands that hiring a lawyer can be a stressful time for any entity (large or small) and strives to use creative and proven methods to help clients achieve positive results. Jonathan’s diverse practice includes, but is not limited to cyber security and data protection, complex commercial litigation, financial services litigation, appellate procedure (state and federal), compliance and internal investigations.
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Religious Accommodations: What Every Employer Needs To Know
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Window on Washington - June 14, 2021, Vol. 5, Issue 24
Outlook for This Week in the Nation’s Capital