Steven Mitchell Sack specializes in workplace rights giving the utmost attention to all his clients’ needs. He maintains a private law practice with offices in New York City as well as Long Island and can quickly facilitate a consultation or meeting whenever necessary. He has been championing for the rights of employees, executives and salespeople for almost 40 years by providing invaluable legal advice and securing successful results for his clients.
His law practice specializes in severance negotiations of terminated employees, contract negotiations involving breach of contract and commission disputes, as well as discrimination lawsuits and wage and hour litigation. He also negotiates and drafts executive employment agreements.
He has authored 19 books relating to employee rights and has been featured in numerous publications such as the Wall Street Journal, the Daily News, Newsday, and the New York Post regarding job issues affecting workers today. He has also been asked to speak on CNN, Fox News, Oprah, and Good Day New York. For the last three years, Mr. Sack has received the respected Long Island Business News Leadership in Law award in the Sole Practitioner category.
He is a Boston College Law School graduate as well as Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Mr. Sack is a member of the New York County Lawyer’s Association and the Nassau Lawyers Association.
Fitapelli & Schaffer appreciates and stands behind Mr. Sacks’ dedication and efforts to his clients and working with him on a daily basis.
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