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The free labor of a summer intern is tempting for many entrepreneurs, who risk learning expensive lessons from the Department of Labor or a judge if they do not follow the rules. This lunch and learn will explain the laws in New York governing interns and how to avoid legal troubles when hiring and training them.
Mark S. Pincus is the Founder and Managing Member of Pincus Law LLC, a practice that focuses on business litigation, employment litigation, and employment negotiations for growing companies, entrepreneurs, and executives. Active in the legal community, he currently serves as Membership Chair of the New York American Inn of Court, and is active in the Federal Bar Council’s Membership, Public Service, and Employment Litigation committees. Pincus also provides federal procedural advice to pro se plaintiffs through the Eastern District of New York’s FedPro clinic. A graduate of Cornell University and the Fordham University School of Law, where he served as Notes & Articles Editor of the Fordham Law Review, he previously practiced at Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP and Edward V. Sapone, LLC. Pincus has been selected as a Rising Star in the New York Metro Edition of Super Lawyers from 2014 to 2016 for Business Litigation and Employment Litigation.