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Glendoval Stephens

Managing Attorney at The Stephens Law Firm PLLC

Glendoval Stephens has practiced law since 1992 and has been a member of the New York bar since 1994. Mr. Stephens is experienced in litigating civil matters before both the bench and juries.

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Thailary Lim

Attorney

Ms. Lim is an experienced personal injury attorney handing automobile accidents, trip and falls, slip and falls, and other premises liability claims. Ms. Lim is a fluent speaker of Cambodian.

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Devian Daniels

Attorney of Counsel

Ms. Daniels is an experienced employment benefits attorney. She works closely with the clients of The Stephens Law Firm PLLC to obtain the unemployment benefits to which they are entitled.

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TOPIC OF THE WEEK

BLOG OF THE WEEK

In America, Business Profits Come First Over the Pandemic

As social media platforms are filled with angry Angelenos blaming and shaming one another for brazenly vacationing and flouting social distancing guidelines, in truth, the burst of infections is the price that officials are willing to pay for ensuring that corporate profits are protected.

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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

I have been very strongly advocating that poverty must not be used as an excuse to continue child labor and exploitation of children. Child labor perpetuates poverty. Child labor creates poverty. If the children are deprived from education, then they are bound to remain poor for the whole of their life. So it's a triangular relationship between child labor, poverty and illiteracy.

–Kailash Satyarthi | 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient

LIST OF THE WEEK

from Compassion International

THE PRICE OF CHILD LABOR

  • 152 million children worldwide are victims of child labor; 88 million are boys and 64 million are girls.
  • Girls may be more present in less visible and therefore under-reported forms of child labor such as domestic service in private households, and girls are much more likely than boys to shoulder responsibility for household chores, a form of work not considered in child labor estimates
  • Almost half of child labor victims (73 million) work in hazardous child labor; more than one-quarter of all hazardous child labor is done by children less than 12 years old (19 million).