Make sure that your Section 1304 notices do not include anything beyond what the statute expressly prescribes, and it is mailed in a separate envelope. Arsenio Rodriguez and Ali Degan Esq. from Stern & Eisenberg, P.C. explain this crucial detail.Read More »
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Arsenio Rodriguez is a bi-lingual seasoned litigator with Stern & Eisenberg, P.C. in New York City, New York, who brings his extensive experience and superior skills in negotiations, mediation, and trial practice to the firm. He started his law career at the Queens County District Attorney’s Office where he tried multiple cases to verdict, negotiated hundreds of plea deals with the defense bar, and was actively involved with the NYPD on active investigations. Arsenio continued to develop his passion for all aspects of litigation representing both companies and individuals. He has settled more than 35 class action matters, worked as lead counsel on hundreds of employment law matters, and heard hundreds of hours of federal wiretaps in defense of a billion-dollar hedge fund facing DOJ investigation, while also expanding and diversifying his legal expertise. Arsenio has also prepared and presented CLE classes involving the use of employment agreements as well as the litigation of wage and hour matters in New York. He is an alumnus of George Washington University Law School and a graduate of Lehigh University with a BS in Finance and Marketing.