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Christopher Davis
Works at The Law Office of Christopher Q. Davis
Attended College of the Holy Cross
Lives in Brooklyn, NY
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Hello Google Plusers!  Here's my firm's new Google+ page.  Please check it out when you have a moment, and feel free to drop a line if you are ever in the flatiron district.  We are open for business and enjoy visitors of all stripes:
CREATING LEGAL SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR WORKPLACE PROBLEMS
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Here is the local ABC affiliate's broadcast of our press conference with our client Felicitas Villanueva after our firm, Stoll, Glickman & Bellina, filed a lawsuit on her behalf against Malu Custer Edwards and Mickey Hurley for human trafficking and forced labor.  Stay tuned and please show your support for our brave client, who is taking on wealth and power in a foreign country without a dime or any knowledge of the English language.  - Christopher Davis
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Two Recent Pro-Plaintiff Rulings From The Second Circuit Interpreting Anti-discrimination and Anti-retaliation Statutes 
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I gave an interview to the Shriver Report recently - Here's the link.  
We have read the stories and statistics about the gender wage gap, and that despite the many strides women have made in the workforce, women only make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. Unfortunately, there isn't a quick fix to this issue, but we had a very enlightening conversation with e
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The latest on the NJ Law Against Discrimination.  Antiretaliation protection extends to managers who complain about the discriminatory comments and actions of their subordinates and later face retaliation.
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Jay, the author of the linked article, is a friend from High School.  He called this nearly 6 months ago today.  As a Pats fan, I believe this is a good move and look forward to supporting him.  He has the size, leadership qualities and intelligence to win, and the rest (spiral) can be taught.  I may get blasted by Jets fans, but I'm still curious to hear what others have to say.   
Why quarterback Tim Tebow and the New England Patriots are a great fit in 2013-In depth analysis and explanation.
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What's wrong with these rights?: Why wrongful termination actions likely won't right past wrongs in New York and other matters unlikely to make any common sense.  
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476 people
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Occupation
Attorney
Skills
Class action litigation (overtime/wage and hour), discrimination/retaliation/whistleblowing litigation and trial, wall street bonus dispute arbitration
Employment
  • The Law Office of Christopher Q. Davis
    Founding Partner, 2014 - present
  • Stoll, Glickman & Bellina LLP
    Partner, 2012 - 2014
  • Manhattan District Attorney's Office
    Assistant District Attorney, 2001 - 2007
  • Thompson Wigdor LLP
    Associate, 2007 - 2009
  • The Ottinger Firm
    Attorney, 2009 - 2012
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Currently
Brooklyn, NY
Previously
Washington, DC - San Francisco, CA
Contact Information
Work
Phone
646-356-1010
Mobile
+1 917-635-1218
Email
Address
www.workingsolutionsnyc.com
Story
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The Law Firm of Christopher Q. Davis, PLLC: All Employment Disputes And Consultation Including Discrimination, Unpaid Overtime and Wages, Wall Street Bonus Dispute, and Class Action Attorney
Introduction
Founding Partner (www.workingsolutionsnyc.com) of law firm representing both employees and employers in all employment law disputes, employment-related consultation, and employment contract/handbook drafting. We represent clients in matters involving unpaid overtime and other wages, discrimination and harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, whisteblowing, financial industry bonus disputes, breaches of contract, partnership disputes and fiduciary duty violations, and severance negotiations. We are committed to solutions and not ideologies - we seek honest clients with good faith concerns committed to finding working solutions. We pursue our client's goals with unmatched skill, commitment and determination, whether in court, at trial, or at the negotiation table. We make house calls and regularly meet with clients at their offices, in the community, or in their houses to discuss recommended legal advice, draft workplace policies and contracts, or simply discuss goals. We want to know what your needs are as a potential client - if the goals are reasonably obtainable, we will pursue your ideal solution relentlessly and without primary regard for our financial interests or ideals as your attorneys.
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Employment Law & Civil Rights Attorney - Discrimination, Wage and Hour (Overtime), Class Action Litigation
Education
  • College of the Holy Cross
    English, 1991 - 1995
  • The Catholic University of America
    Law Degree, 1998 - 2001
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Gender
Male
I had a series of bad experiences in here a few months back, but its the only local drug store, so I've stuck it out. Over the past two months, there has been noticeable improvement in inventory control (the store used to be a mess & this AM it was spotless), customer service (lines are shorter and move quicker) and pharmacy service (this morning they solved a prescription problem rather than creating more, which used to be the norm). It appears that they have new managers and some of the old bad apples are gone. I've always liked the employees in this store - most of them are friendly and kind - and now I'm glad the service is catching up a little. More to go, but worth noting the improvement.
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