Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Separate Phases of Work, Distinct From Construction, Are Not Protected By The Labor Law

In Barnes v. City of New York, the First Department held that "plaintiff's work, which consisted of disconnecting power cables from the third rail to allow a signal construction project to proceed safely, was a separate phase of work, distinct from any construction and thus, not a covered activity under Labor Law 241(6)."

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