The association providing legal services to poor New Yorkers is in the midst of a labor strike over wages as well as cuts to healthcare and retirement. More than 200 attorneys and support staff at Legal Services NYC walked off the job earlier this month, citing what they called crippling demands by management. The organization represents some 45,000 low-income residents on issues including evictions, domestic violence and unemployment.
New York Legal Services Workers Strike over Pay, Cuts
HeadlineMay 29, 2013