Vladeck, Raskin & Clark, P.C. | New York Employment, Labor, and Discrimination Lawyers
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A Legacy of Unwavering Commitment to a Fair Workplace

Since 1949, Vladeck, Raskin & Clark, P.C. has stood for the rights of working people. From the boardroom to the factory floor, we believe all employees are entitled to fair pay, a workplace free from discrimination, and the opportunity to advance their careers without restrictions. Today, our team also has years of experience defending clients in criminal investigations and prosecutions, which can have lifelong repercussions for clients' careers and futures.

Excellence in Advocacy

Our attorneys understand that pursuing employment litigation is often one of the most painful and stressful experiences an employee can face. Our clients enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that employees' rights are our focus; we never represent companies or managers.

We approach each case with compassion and humanity, applying a unique combination of experience and skill in pursuit of just outcomes. Our work is renowned within the legal community for its quality, earning us the respect of judges, opponents, and peers; the firm and its lawyers are consistently recognized for their excellence by Chambers and Partners USA, Super Lawyers, and Martindale-Hubbell.
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News, Press & Wins

Anne L. Clark Co-Leads Investigation of Gov. Andrew Cuomo

​Partner Anne L. Clark, supported by Yannick Grant and Emily Miller, both attorneys of the firm, co-led New York State Attorney General Letitia James' investigation of Governor Andrew Cuomo.


Debra L. Raskin Speaks at the City Bar's Professional Development Workshop Series 

On May 14, Debra will speak as part of the City Bar Professional Development Workshop Series – Pandemic Survival Tool Kit for Lawyers: Lessons and Learnings in Ethics and Professionalism. Her topic is The Future and Relevance of the Physical Office.


Read: Susan J. Walsh on the Trial Penalty in the New York Daily News

Partner Susan J. Walsh writes about the trial penalty in the New York Daily News.